EPW004021 ENGLAND (1920). Cammell Laird Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Birkenhead, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW004021] Cammell Laird Shipbuilding and Engineering Works, Birkenhead, 1920
Reference EPW004021
Date July-1920
Link
Place name BIRKENHEAD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 332956, 387846
Longitude / Latitude -3.0080638798022, 53.382937227985
National Grid Reference SJ330878

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Thursday 13th of April 2017 03:20:37 PM
Engine Shop left hand side is the Machine shop part. Centre has the gear hobbler for turbine reduction gears and right hand side was the building bays

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Thursday 13th of April 2017 03:19:17 PM
Birkenhead Town Hall

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Saturday 11th of February 2017 06:52:01 PM
The Priory & St Mary's Church Birkenhead

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Saturday 11th of February 2017 06:51:10 PM
The refrigerated cargo liner SS Manistee under construction. She was built for Messrs Elders & Fyffes for the fruit trade between the West Indies, Central America and Europe, and was launched on 28th October 1920 by Miss Elizabeth Stockley, daughter of Arthur Henry Stockley, one of the company's founders. In war service as an auxiliary cruiser, Manistee was lost with all hands when she was hit twice by torpedoes fired by U-107 in the North Atlantic on 23rd-24th February 1941 after completing escort duties with convoy OB-288

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Thursday 12th of January 2017 03:09:19 PM
The Cunard liner Samaria nearing completion. She was launched on 27th November 1920 by Mrs Emmeline Beazley, wife of James Beazley, one of Cunard's directors. Apart from when requisitioned as a troopship during World War 2, the vessel sailed on the company's transatlantic services for 35 years until November 1955, when she was sold for breaking.

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Thursday 12th of January 2017 02:50:43 PM

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Wednesday 18th of June 2014 04:35:47 AM