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INTERESTING WEB LINKS
VISUALLY STRIKING PHOTOGRAPHS
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“Any Budding Sailors” is an ebook. (Also in print) This is an account of life in the iconic Bank Line in the 1950’s and much more.
“Merchant Navy Apprentice – 1951-1955”.
1909 Levernbank enquiry
1950’s Bank Line
A Liberty Ship Apprentice (Article)
A Voyage around the world in Coronation Year 1953 in M.V. Ernebank. ( An article that can be downloaded)
An IRISBANK voyage in the 1950’s
APPRENTICE INDENTURES FROM 1950. (See first year pay of £55) offer of an apprentceship and a and list of kit to purchase…..
Article re ” A Bank Line Voyage”
Bank Line 1885-1985
Bank Line House magazines
BANK LINE’S ” White Ships”
Bank Line’s South Sea Adventure
Bank Lines love affair with the Pacific Islands..
Beaverbank – one that got away!
BELFAST SHIP RECORDS
Blue Plaque project
British-Mexican Petroleum Co Ltd. (Andrew Weir Managers)
Corabank, and the Liberty ship story.
Foylebank in WW2
Inchanga Days – An article about Bank Line’s ‘white ships’
India/Africa service vessels with passengers and cargo…… (see ” Inchanga Days”, an article about life on board in 1952)
Inver Tankers Ltd
Kelvinbank – First Trip
LAST TRIP OF THE CLYDEBANK
LINDENBANK LOSS 1975. (Loss report in full)
M.V. Southbank – Washington Island and Press cuttings from the time…
Meadowbank loaded down
Poems about the Sea and Bank Line
A Bank Line inspired Poem
The Log Of Davy Jones
Sailing Ship Fleet
Profile of Captain T.D.Scott
PROFILES OF MASTERS, Chief Engineers, and the Bank Line Chief Accountant
Projects and Events
Sailing Ship Cedarbank Crew
Sailing ship Olivebank in 1898
Sailing Ship Stories
Sailing ship, Isle of Arran. Purchased in 1895 and served 20 years in Andrew Weir’s. Captured and sunk by a U boat in 1917.
Sibonga Rescue 1979
SIBONGA RESCUE REUNION
Southbank and her Sisters (published article)
The Ship List – Bankline early ships and their fate…….
The TRENTBANK loss…
Thornliebank – suffered the worst fate in WW2. Torpedoed when full of ammunition in 1941 and blew up killing all on board.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
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