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  • Anchor Line Postcards - Page 2: 1900-1914
    Pages Anchor Line Header Page Anchor Line Page 1 1852 1899 Anchor Line Page 2 1900 1914 Anchor Line Page 3 1915 1939 Anchor Line Page 4 1940 1988 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Anchor Line Fleet List Page 2 1900 1914 Calabria 1 1901 1923 Calabria 1 served with Anchor Line between 1901 and 1923 when she was scrapped Photographic postcard of Calabria 1 Columbia 2 1902 1926 8 292 gt Columbia 2 was built for Anchor Line in 1902 Between 1914 1918 she was requisitioned as an Armed Merchant Cruiser and renamed HMS Columbella She was returned to Anchor Line in 1919 and renamed Columbia In 1926 she was sold to Byron Line and renamed Moreas Official Postcard of Columbia 2 Click to open larger copy in new window Official Postcard of Columbia 2 Click to open larger copy in new window Postcard of Columbia Caledonia 3 1905 1916 9 223 gt 1914 requisitioned as troopship 1916 torpedoed and sunk off Malta Official Anchor Line postcard of Caledonia 3 Official Anchor Line postcard of Caledonia 3 Postcard of Caledonia 3 Castalia 2 1906

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  • Anchor Line Postcards - Fleet List Page 4: 1940-1988
    11 252 gt Anchor Line Pages Anchor Line Header Page Anchor Line Page 1 1852 1899 Anchor Line Page 2 1900 1914 Anchor Line Page 3 1915 1939 Anchor Line Page 4 1940 1988 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Anchor Line Fleet List Page 4 1940 1988 Empire Halladale 1946 1956 13 589 gt ex

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  • Anchor Line Postcards - Page 1: 1852-1899
    1884 5 086 gt Anchor Line Pages Anchor Line Header Page Anchor Line Page 1 1852 1899 Anchor Line Page 2 1900 1914 Anchor Line Page 3 1915 1939 Anchor Line Page 4 1940 1988 Associated Pages Ferry Postcards Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Search This Website powered by FreeFind Anchor Line Fleet List Page 1 1852 1899 Astoria 1899 1910 5 086 gt ex

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  • Chandris Liner Romanza - Codegar Aurelia
    plus charters elsewhere until 1991 when sold to Cypriot interests Later burnt out Associated Pages Canadian Pacific Line Chandris Line Cogedar Line Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page Huascaran I do not have any postcards of Huascaran If you can help please email simplon simplon co uk Beaverbrae The Huascaran was handed over to Canadian Government at the end of WW2 and sold to Canadian Pacific in 1947 She was refitted and renamed Beaverbrae and used as an emigrant carrier St John Bremerhaven Bremen This is an A Duncan photographic postcard as the Beaverbrae Aurelia An official Cogedar postcard of Aurelia Official Cogedar Line postcards of Aurelia Scans supplied by Michael Kenyon J Arthur Dixon card SS 8518 of Aurelia in Cogedar Line colours using the same painting as the official Cogedar card shown abve An unidentified photographic card of Aurelia in Cogedar Line colours Romanza An official Chandris card of Romanza An official Chandris card of Romanza printed in Greece An official Chandris Cruises card of Romanza printed in England An official Chandris Cruises card of Romanza printed in England An official Chandris card of Romanza with itinerary printed in Italy Serial no C24 88

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  • De Grasse (1924) - Empress of Australia - Ocean Liner Postcards
    Line Cruise Ship Postcards Ocean Liner Postcards Simplon Postcards Home Page De Grasse 1 CGT 1924 40 1947 53 De Grasse was laid down as Suffren but renamed during a lengthy 4 year building period at Cammell Laird Co Birkenhead She operated on the CGT Havre New York service until 1940 when seized by the Germans She was sunk by gunfire at Bordeaux on August 30th 1944 De Grasse was raised and refitted re entering service with CGT on her old route in 1945 She was transferred to the Caribbean service in 1952 and sold to Canadian Pacific as their Empress of Australia in 1953 CGT official art card of De Grasse in orginal condition with two funnels whilst on the New York Plymouth Havre route CGT official art card of De Grasse in orginal condition with two funnels at new York A CGT official sepia art card of De Grasse in orginal condition with two funnels A CAP Strasbourg postcard of De Grasse in orginal condition with two funnels UK port of call had moved to Southampton when this card was issued Postcard of De Grasse in orginal condition Postcard of De Grasse in orginal condition De Grasse reappeared with only one funnel when refitted in 1947 This is a USA printed card The Longest Gangplank in the World Unidentified French postcard of De Grasse creating impressive smoke effects This is a CGT official card printed Estel of Paris serial 6103 of De Grasse This is a CGT official postcard of De Grasse Postcard of De Grasse Empress of Australia Canadian Pacific 1953 56 De Grasse was sold to Canadian Pacific Lines in 1953 to replace the Empress of Canada which was destroyed by fire in Liverpool in january 1953 De Grasse was renamed Empress of Australia and operated

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  • Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Britain, later Queen Anna Maria, Carnivale, Olympic & Topaz
    2003 and she was then chartered to Peace Boat It is easy to tell the two sisters apart since the Empress of Britain has windows spaced 2 2 2 on the boat deck each side under the bridge wings whereas on Empress of England they are spaced 2 1 2 The third ship Empress of Canada was quite distinct with a different funnel top and more superstructure forward of the bridge Ship Names Carried Empress of Britain postcards Canadian Pacific Line postcards 1956 63 Empress of Britain memorabilia Canadian Pacific Line memorabilia Queen Anna Maria Greek Line 1963 75 Carnivale Carnival Cruise Line 1975 94 Fiesta Marina Olympic Epirotiki Line 1995 Topaz Thomson Cruises 1998 2003 Empress of Britain Pages Empress of Britain Page 1 Canadian Pacific Line 1956 63 this page Empress of Britain Page 2 Career following sale by Canadian Pacific 1963 Empress of Britain Page 3 Royal Olympic and Thomson Cruises 1995 Canadian Pacific Pages CP Header Page CP Page 1 Ocean Liners up to 1914 CP Page 2 Ocean Liners taken over from Beaver Line 1903 and Allan Line 1917 CP Page 3 Ocean Liners 1915 1939 CP Page 4 Ocean Liners 1940 1970 CP Page 5 West Coast Local Services CP Page 6 East Coast Local Services Associated Pages Greek Line Carnival Postcards Epirotiki Line Royal Olympic Cruises Thomson Cruises Simplon Postcards Home Page Empress of Britain Canadian Pacific 1956 63 25500 Gross Tons Length 640ft 160 first class 894 tourist passengers 650 on cruising Speed 20 knots Engines Steam turbines twin screw Canadian Pacific Line official letter card of Empress of Britain Scan Ken Muratama Click to open larger image in new window Canadian Pacific Line sepia official card of Empress of Britain The faint diagonal lines on the scan are on the original

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  • EMPRESS OF CHINA - Canadian Pacific - www.simplonpc.co.uk
    and the east coast of Asia On 27 July 1911 the Empress encountered rough seas and thick fog 65 mile south of Tokyo harbour She struck a submerged rock off the Nojima Saki Light while trying to round the southern tip of the Awa peninsula inbound for Yokohama Submerged rocks extend about a mile from the coast in an area of the bay which is known for its dangerous currents This accident occurred very close to where another ship foundered on the rocks in 1907 The Japanese cruisers Aso and Soya were dispatched to assist in removing mail baggage and passengers The ship was abandoned with no loss of life A year later the Empress was re floated and in October 1912 she was towed into Yokohama where she was dismantled and scrapped Plans were already under way for her replacement by larger tonnage when she was lost These ships were the Empress of Asia and Empress of Russia Sections on this Page Empress of China Postcards Empress of China Photographs Empress of China Ephemera Canadian Pacific Pages Canadian Pacific Header Page Canadian Pacific Page 1 Ocean Liners up to 1914 Canadian Pacific Page 2 Beaver Line and Allan Line Canadian Pacific Page 3 Canadian Pacific Line 1915 1939 Canadian Pacific Page 4 Canadian Pacific Line 1940 1970 Canadian Pacific Page 5 West Coast Local Services Canadian Pacific Page 6 East Coast Local Services Associated Pages Cruise Ships Ocean Liners UK Excursion Vessels World Ferry Fleets Simplon Postcards Home Page Simplon Postcards Recent Updates Simplon Postcards facebook page References Click on images for more details www overviewpress co uk info overviewpress co uk Search the Simplon Website Empress of China Canadian Pacific All images link to larger copies which will open in a new window tab Empress of China Postcards Official postcard of Empress of Cina Tuck s Oilette postcard of Empress of Cina Empress of China Wreck Photographs On 27 July 1911 the Empress encountered rough seas and thick fog 65 mile south of Tokyo harbour She struck a submerged rock off the Nojima Saki Light while trying to round the southern tip of the Awa peninsula inbound for Yokohama Submerged rocks extend about a mile from the coast in an area of the bay which is known for its dangerous currents This accident occurred very close to where another ship foundered on the rocks in 1907 The Japanese cruisers Aso and Soya were dispatched to assist in removing mail baggage and passengers The ship was abandoned with no loss of life A year later the Empress was re floated and in October 1912 she was towed into Yokohama where she was dismantled and scrapped The photos below of the wreck were taken by Claude Ernest Daniel who was commissioned in the 1890s as a Lieutenant in the RNR and later served as an officer on a number of the CP Empresses He was First Officer on Empress of China at the time of her grounding Claude lived with

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  • Empress of Japan (1930) - Empress of Scotland - Hanseatic - Ocean Liner and Cruise Ship Postcards
    of Empress of Japan A Canadian Pacific official postcard of Empress of Japan Real Photographs postcard No 17 of Empress of Japan A Duncan photographic postcard of Empress of Japan Postcard of Empress of Japan at Vancouver Postcard of Empress of Japan at Vancouver Hand tinted card from a photo by Leonard Frank Scan Gary Sim A Hong Kong stamp showing Empress of Japan was issued in 1941 The stamp plus the artist s original sketch are shown Scans Ronald Rakusen Photographic postcard of Empress of Japan Photographic postcard of Empress of Japan Photographic postcard of Empress of Japan Empress of Scotland Canadian Pacific 1942 57 A Canadian Pacific official postcard of Empress of Scotland Promenade deck not yet plated in and no funnel emblems added A post war Canadian Pacific official art postcard P8004 of Empress of Scotland Note the plated in promenade deck and funnel emblems Scan supplied by Finn Torquist A Canadian Pacific official postcard of Empress of Scotland Canadian Pacific official postcard of Empress of Scotland A Canadian Pacific official postcard of Empress of Scotland Valentine s postcard L 3391 of Empress of Scotland berthing at the Liverpool Landing Stage Note the two Liverpool trams amongst the buses Liverpool s trams finished 14th September 1957 Empress of Scotland ended her Canadian Pacific service a few weeks later on November 25th Valentine s postcard L 32181 of Empress of Scotland berthed at the Liverpool Landing Stage with a Mersey Ferry Wallasey Corporation passing Salmon art postcard 51921 of Empress of Scotland Photographic postcard of Empress of Scotland Photographic postcard of Empress of Scotland J Arthur Dixon postcard L6 Sp 3996 of a 1 64 scale model of Empress of Scotland owned by Glasgow Museums Hanseatic 1 Hamburg Atlantik 1958 66 The newly formed Hamburg Atlantik company acquired the three funnelled Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Scotland in 1957 After substantial rebuilding into the more modern looking two funnelled liner Hanseatic 1 services began between Cuxhaven Havre Southampton and New York in July 1958 1959 was Hamburg Atlantik s best year on the New York service air traffic competition becoming more significant after that Hanseatic 1 spent more time cruising and only completed eight round voyages in 1965 The Hanseatic 1 was badly damaged by fire in New York on 7th September 1966 She was towed to Hamburg but considered unsuitable for repair The Zim Lines Shalom was acquired in 1967 to replace her An early official Hamburg Atlantik art card of Hanseatic 1 An early official Hamburg Atlantik art card of Hanseatic 1 colour variation on the card above An official Hamburg Atlantik postcard of Hanseatic 1 An official Hamburg Atlantik postcard of Hanseatic 1 An official Hamburg Atlantik postcard of Hanseatic 1 colour variation on the card above An official Hamburg Atlantik postcard of Hanseatic 1 advertising in French three cruises from Zeebrugge on 2nd April 12th May and 29th June Unfortunately the year is not stated The card is printed by Kruger serial 920 48

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