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Photographer:Chris Finney [View profile]Title:SulaAdded:Apr 29, 2019
Captured:IMO:5343457Hits:846
Location:Thevenard, Australia
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1940-1949 (Over 3000gt)
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Another shot of "Sula" arriving at Thevenard South Australia on a pleasant Sunday afternoon; 15 October 1967.
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IMO:5343457
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Chris Finney on May 19, 2019 12:46 (4 days ago)
G'Day Malcolm, nice to hear from you - yes she loaded bulk wheat, I thought for China but the date in Manila would appear to contradict that. In the late 1960s South Australian grain ports were getting a stream of really decrepit tramps, many of them Greek; there were many desertions at the ports chiefly because the young crewmen did not wish to do compulsory military training under, I think, the right-wing regime at the time. I know some of them successfully evaded our Federal Police and subsequently became good Aussie citizens!
Malcolm Cranfield on May 15, 2019 14:25 (8 days ago)
Hi Chris, many thanks for posting your super photograph of SULA. According to my 29th December 1967 Lloyd's Shipping Index she was sailing (having loaded a cargo of grain?) on 15th October 1967 bound for Manila where she arrived on 2nd November, and was still in port. Best regards. Malcolm Cranfield
Captain Bob on Apr 30, 2019 12:34 (23 days ago)
The front and sides of the bridge had concrete panels to protect the crew in case the ship was hit by bombs or machine gun fire. Some operators after the war added more windows for better visibility.
riohondo on Apr 29, 2019 16:50 (24 days ago)
Nothing surprising for Canadian wartime built standard ships of 'Park' and 'Fort' type.
volker1948 on Apr 29, 2019 15:29 (24 days ago)
The bridge has only 3 little windows!?!?
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