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  • French Line Services Page 7 (post-WW2 ships)
    Pallas Athena 1952 France Norway 1962 De Grasse 2 Bergensfjord Rasa Sayang 1955 CGT Fleet List Part 7 The Post War Fleet Liberté CGT 1950 1961 The Liberté was built in 1930 as the Europa 1 for Norddeutsche Lloyd of Bremen She was awarded to France as reparation after WW2 and re entered service as Liberté in 1950 She was withdrawn and broken up in 1961 prior to the arrival of the new France Official French Line card of Liberté Official French Line card of Liberté Official French Line card of Liberté Official French Line card of Liberté Liberté s funnels were heightened in 1954 as shown on the following cards Liberté s with heightened funnels Liberté s with heightened funnels Flandre 2 CGT 1952 1968 The Flandre and her sister Antilles were the first new large post war French liners They were both launched with white hulls in 1951 intended for the Caribbean service The Antilles was actually launched 6 months before Flandre but Flandre was completed first During building it was decided to use her on the North Atlantic routes so she entered service with a black hull French Line official card of Flandre showing her planned appearance with white hull French Line official card of Flandre as delivered with a black hull French Line official card of Flandre as delivered with a black hull French Line official card of Flandre as delivered with a black hull French Line official card of Flandre as delivered with a black hull French Line official card of Flandre as delivered with a black hull Antilles CGT 1952 1971 The Antilles was launched on April 26th 1951 6 months before sistership Flandre Antilles construction was beset with delays and she was handed over for service on her designed Caribbean route in December 1952 She ran a number of Mediterranean cruises before her maiden Caribbean voyage from le Havre in May 1953 running opposite the Colombie In July 1971 she hit a rock off Mustique and caught fire and was lost French Line official card of Antilles French Line official card of Antilles French Line official card of Antilles showing the heightened funnel that she later received French Line official card of Antilles showing the heightened funnel that she later received An Editions d Art postcard of Antilles at le Havre with the Flandre berthed ahead of her Louis Dormand Long Island NY postcard of Antilles at le Havre After the Battle postcard serial P129 of Antilles using a photo by Beken of Cowes France CGT 1962 1974 The France entered service in 1962 and was the longest but not largest Atlantic liner at 1035ft She was withdrawn in 1974 on removal of government subsidies She was laid up at le Havre until 1979 when she was bought by Norwegian Cruise Line and renamed Norway Complete history of the France This art card of France was issued by CGT before her entry into service This official CGT postcard of the launch of France

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  • Holland America Cruise Ship Postcards
    Productions card HA15 of Ryndam 3 produced for HAL Natural Color Productions card HA of Veendam 4 produced for HAL Scan Ken Murayama Veendam 4 1996 Veendam 4 was the fourth and last Statendam Class ship delivered in 1996 She is 55451 gross tons 219 metres long and carries 1266 passengers 1516 max Engines 2 x 8640 3 x 5760 34560Kw Her service speed is 20 knots and she achieved 22 6 knots on trials HAL official card HAL30702254 of Veendam 4 issued 4 96 HAL official card HAL3070224 of Veendam 4 issued 9 97 HAL official art card AP13638 of Veendam 4 HAL official card VE 14 of Veendam 4 Natural Color Productions card HA of Veendam 4 produced for HAL Natural Color Productions card HA13 of Veendam 4 produced for HAL Simplon Postcards issue sc2122 released March 1997 Photographer Marvin Jensen San Francisco 30th April 1997 Rotterdam 6 1997 Rotterdam 6 was the first of a n ew c lass ship delivered in 1997 Her code name during building was Fastdam since she is over 50 more powerful than the Statendam class to achieve a service speed of 22 5 knots Additional commercial postcards and photographs are available on this link She is 62000 gross tons 237 metres long and carries 1318 passengers 1668 max Engines 5 x 11520 Kw 57600 Her service speed is 22 5 knots and she was contracted to achieve 25 0 knots maximum HAL official art card HAL30702241 of Rotterdam 6 The painting is by Stephen J Card HAL official card issued for the inaugural world cruise of Rotterdam 6 in 1998 HAL official card issued for the 2000 world cruise of Rotterdam 6 Simplon Postcards issue sc2131 released July 1998 Photographer Ian Boyl Helsinki 18th June 1998 Volendam 3 1999 Volendam is 60906 gross tons 238m long and has a double occupancy capacity of 1440 passengers looked after by 647 crew A HAL official postcard serial 30702240 issued 9 1999 of Volendam is shown below The painting is actually a Statendam ship with different funnel Updated HAL official postcard serial 30702240 issued 1 2000 of Volendam is shown below Amsterdam 3 2000 Official HAL postcard of Amsterdam serial number 30702242 issued 10 2000 Official HAL World Cruise 2002 postcard of Amsterdam Antonio Giacomelli postcard NE22 of Amsterdam Photo Antonio Giacomelli Rio de Janeiro 19 01 2003 Amsterdam at Dubrovnik 11th April 2007 Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Amsterdam and Prinsendam at Dubrovnik 11th April 2007 Photo Ivo Batricevic Click to open larger image in new window Zaandam 2000 Zaandam is 60906 gross tons 238m long and has a double occupancy capacity of 1440 passengers looked after by 647 crew Official postcard of Zaandam This first official postcard of Zaandam serial HAL30702242 issued 4 2000 uses the same incorrect painting as the the card of Volendam shown above although the smoke has been removed Prinsendam 2002 Prinsendam was built in 1988 as the Royal Viking Sun for

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  • North German Lloyd - Page 4: Post War Years 1945-1970 - Ocean Liner Postcards - Norddeutsche Lloyd
    1925 Bremen 5 1957 70 ex Pasteur of 1939 Europa 2 1965 70 ex Kungsholm of 1953 NDL Pages NDL Header Page NDL Page 1 up to 1899 NDL Page 2 1900 1914 NDL Page 3 1915 1939 NDL Page 4 1940 1970 this page Hapag Lloyd Postcards Associated Pages Chandris Lines Swedish American Line German Liner Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind NDL Fleet List Page 4 Post War Years 1945 1970 Berlin 4 1954 66 The Swedish American Line Gripsholm was built in Newcastle in 1925 She was the first diesel engined transatlantic liner and operated on Swedish American s Gothenburg New York routes She received a major refit in 1950 receiving a new bow and funnels Gripsholm was sold to Norddeutsche Lloyd in 1954 and renamed Berlin the fourth ship of this name in the NDL fleet She was scrapped in 1966 A complete history of this ship is available on this link Two official NDL postcards are shown below This photographic postcard of Berlin at New York was published by Wilhelm Worthmann of Bremen serial number 355 Roland Marie France postcard of Berlin This postcard of Berlin at Bremerhaven was published by Carl Strack of Bremerhaven serial number 715 1 Bremen 5 1957 70 Bremen was completed as the Pasteur for Cie Sudatlantique Bordeaux in 1939 but did not enter service due to the start of WW2 In 1940 she carried the French gold reserves to Halifax and entered service as a troop transport under the British flag managed by Cunard White Star Returned to French Flag in 1945 and continued as a troop transport under management of Sudatlantique operating to the Far East In 1957 Pasteur was sold to Norddeutsche Lloyd becoming the Bremen 5 Entered service in 1959 as Bremen after rebuilding by Bremer Vulkan on the Bremerhaven New York service Bremen 5 passed to the combined HAPAG Lloyd fleet on 1st September 1970 She lasted only one year being sold to Chandris Lines She was renamed Regina Magna and ran cruises worldwide until 1974 when laid up Later used as an accommodation ship in Saudi Arabia and sank in 1980 on the way to breakers in Taiwan A complete history of this ship is available on this link Painting of North German Lloyd s Bremen by Willem Johan Hoendervanger Website www wjmaritiem nl The maiden voyage of North German Lloyd s Bremen the fifth ship of this name in the NDL fleet This is an official card for Otto W A Schreiber owner of the large excursion ship in the picture Printed by H Lika Bremen serial no 35 Another card of the maiden voyage of North German Lloyd s Bremen This is also an official card for Otto W A Schreiber owner of the large excursion ship Oceania Printed by H Lika Bremen serial no 41 An official North German Lloyd card of Bremen Serial no 150 2 61 N G

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  • Union-Castle Line Ocean Liner Postcards
    Union Castle Line This page has moved follow this link

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  • Union-Castle Ocean Liner Postcards by Edwards
    series which are all Union Castle and SAFMarine vessels including rare colour cards of some of the freighters Photographer s names are shown in brackets Br S 1 Winchester Castle Port Elizabeth March 24th 1958 M N W Edwards Br S 2 Roslin Castle Table Bay March 4th 1958 M N W Edwards Br S 3 Pendennis Castle maiden voyage Table Bay Jan 30th 1959 M N W Edwards Br S 4 Edinburgh Castle Table Bay Jan 31st 1963 M N W Edwards Br S 5 Bloemfontein Castle East London Mar 20th 1958 M N W Edwards Br S 6 Rhodesia Castle Port Elizabeth Mar 7th 1958 M N W Edwards Br S 7 S A Oranje Table Bay July 1975 Errol Cornish Br S 8 Riebeck Castle Table Bay June 13th 1971 Ian Shiffman Br S 9 Southampton Castle Table Bay July 1st 1975 Errol Cornish Br S 10 Transvaal Castle maiden voyage Table Bay February 2nd 1962 R Tyler Br S 11 Arundel Castle Port Elizabeth January 20th 1957 M N W Edwards Br S 12 Carnarvon Castle Mombasa Kenya December 1945 P I Pinder Br S 13 Kinnaird Castle Table Bay Nov 18th 1963 E V Ross

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  • Don Stoltenberg Ocean Liner Paintings
    in enquiries from postcard traders who may wish to buy cards in quantity but cannot accept individual orders for these cards The sizes and prices of the original watercolours are Full sheet 22 x 30 2000 Half sheet 15 x 22 1200 Associated Pages Don Stoltenberg Page 1 ocean liner postcards of paintings this page Don Stoltenberg Page 2 ocean liner watercolours Donald Stoltenberg Biography Conte di Savoia Watercolour Full

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  • CP Page 1 - Canadian Pacific Line - Ocean Liners up to 1914 - Ocean Liner Postcards
    Liners 1940 1970 CP Page 5 West Coast Local Services CP Page 6 East Coast Local Services Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind CP Fleet List Page 1 Athenian 1881 3 877 gt 1897 purchased from Union Line 1899 chartered to US Gov t 1901 returned to CP 1907 scrapped Tartar 1883 4 425 gt 1897 purchased from Union Line 1899 chartered to US Government 1900 returned to CP 1908 scrapped after grounding damage Empress of India 1 1890 5 905 gt 1914 sold to Maharajah of Gwalior converted to hospital ship renamed Loyalty Empress of Japan 1 1890 5 905 gt 1914 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1915 returned to owner 1922 laid up 1926 scrapped Empress of China 1 1891 5 905 gt 1911 wrecked in fog in Tokyo Bay Empress of Britain 1 1905 1924 14 189 gt Montroyal 1924 30 14 189 gt 1914 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1915 converted to troopship 1919 returned to owners 1924 renamed Montroyal 1930 scrapped Methven 1905 4 928 gt ex Heliopolis 1917 purchased from Harris Dixon renamed Methven 1923 renamed Borden 1926 sold to Kulukundis Greece renamed Perseus Empress of Ireland 1906 14 191 gt 1914 sunk in collision with Storstad in St Lawrence River with a loss of 1 024 lives Montezuma 2 1907 5 038 gt 1923 renamed Bedwyn 1923 renamed Balfour 1928 sold to Lyle SS Co renamed Cape Verde Empress of Asia 1912 16 909 gt 1914 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1916 returned to owners 1941 converted to troopship 1942 bombed and sunk at Singapore Empress of Russia 1912 16 810 gt 1914 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1916 returned to owners 1940 converted to troopship 1945 destroyed by

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  • CP Page 1 - Canadian Pacific Line - Ocean Liner Postcards
    1943 torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine in South Atlantic loss of 392 lives Canadian Pacific postcard of Empress of Canada 1 Postcard of Empress of Canada 1 at Quebec Postcard of Empress of Canada 1 Photographic postcard of Empress of Canada 1 Montcalm 3 1920 42 16 418 gt Montcalm was built in 1920 In 1939 she was converted into the Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Wolfe From 1941 she was used as troopship and in 1942 was sold to Admiralty as submarine depot ship Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montcalm Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montcalm Montreal 2 1920 1928 9 720 gt Built 1906 as Konig Friedrich August of Hamburg America Line Passed to UK as war reparation and renamed Montreal 2 for CP in 1920 1927 laid up 1928 sold to Fabre Line renamed Alesia Postcard of Konig Friedrich August in Hamburg America Line service Empress of Scotland 1 1921 1930 24 581 gt Built 1905 as Kaiserin Auguste Victoria of Hamburg America Line Passed to UK as war reparation and renamed Empress of Scotland 1 for CP in 1921 1930 sold for scrap Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Empress of Scotland 1 Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Empress of Scotland 1 Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Empress of Scotland 1 C R Hoffman postcard of Empress of Scotland 1 Empress of China 2 1921 1922 21 498 gt Empress of Australia 1 1922 1952 21 498 gt Built 1913 as Tirpitz 1 of Hamburg America Line Passed to UK as war reparation transferred to CP in 1921 and renamed Empress of China 1922 renamed Empress of Australia 1 1939 converted to troopship 1952 scrapped Empress of China 3 Empress of India 2 Montlaurier Monteith Montnairn 1921 1929 17 282 gt Built 1907 as Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm North German Lloyd Passed to UK as war reparation transferred to CP in 1921 and renamed Empress of China 3 then Empress of India 2 1922 renamed Montlaurier 1925 renamed Monteith 1925 renamed Montnairn 1929 scrapped Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montlaurier Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montnairn Postcard of Montnairn Montclare 1921 1942 16 314 gt 1939 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1942 sold to Admiralty as submarine depot ship Postcard of Montclare Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montclare Montrose 2 1922 1940 16 402 gt 1939 converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser HMS Forfar 1940 torpedoed and sunk off Ireland Colour art postcard of Montrose Canadian Pacific Line official postcard of Montrose Photographic postcard of Montrose Aorangi 1924 1953 17 491 gt 1931 1953 owned jointly by CP and Union SS Co of New Zealand and operated as Canadian Australasian Line 1940 requisitioned as troopship 1948 resumed service 1953 scrapped Beaverbrae 1 1927 9 956 gt 1941 bombed and sunk in North Atlantic Beaverburn 1 1927 9 874 gt 1940 torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic Beaverdale 1928 9 957 gt 1941 torpedoed and sunk in North Atlantic Beaverford 1 1928

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