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Photographer:Ken Smith [View profile]Title:LIVORNOAdded:Aug 06, 2007
Captured:IMO:5209845Hits:1,736
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1940-1949 (Under 3000gt)
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LIVORNO 2,957-1946
Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd
outbound at Woolwich in the 1950s
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IMO:5209845
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R709142 on Oct 30, 2016 12:21 (11 months ago)
1946 Built by William Gray & Co. Ltd. West Hartlepool as LIVORNO (U.K.) for Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd. Hull. 1967 Sold to Margarencia Cia. Naviera S.A. Piraeus (John A. Livanos) and renamed ANTONIS (Greece). 21.02.1973: Arrived at La Spezia for breaking. 
Ken Smith on Mar 13, 2006 15:03 (11 years ago)
Thanks Derek,
In those days a 3000 tonner was considered quite large in that part of the river, occasionally an 8000 Harrison would pass and they were the largest ships of the time, bit different now though with the 20,000 tonners at the refinery
Regards Ken
Ken Smith on Mar 13, 2006 14:58 (11 years ago)
Hi Alastair,
Thanks for your comment, all I had in those days was a fixed lens Agfa Sillette and a Weston Master meter, how things have changed, but I am pleased that the slides are holding up, they are also Agfa.
Regards Ken
Alastair Sutherland on Mar 13, 2006 13:31 (11 years ago)
What a great picture of a classic freighter design. Ken you must have had a very good camera back when you took these, your pictures remain so clear and sharp to this day.
DEREK SANDS on Mar 13, 2006 10:14 (11 years ago)
Superb Ken, what a ship. Saw several of the later ones,no photos of course. But never saw anything like this. Brilliant stuff thanks for posting
regards
Derek
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