SAW011708 SCOTLAND (1947). Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard, Inverkeithing. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-west. The vessels include a mine damaged large bulk carrier, a small bulk carrier, two large passenger liners and a general cargo ship.

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Title [SAW011708] Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard, Inverkeithing. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing north-west. The vessels include a mine damaged large bulk carrier, a small bulk carrier, two large passenger liners and a general cargo ship.
Reference SAW011708
Date 1947
Link Canmore Collection item 1230967
Place name
Parish INVERKEITHING
District DUNFERMLINE
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 313000, 681985
Longitude / Latitude -3.3959632842764, 56.022915186512
National Grid Reference NT130820

Pins

Identified it at last! This is the Robert Ley, former Nazi "Strength through joy" liner.

Isleworth1961
Friday 28th of November 2014 11:42:43 PM

User Comment Contributions

these pictures are amazing where i live now isn't even built yet wow amazing

Gman2026
Thursday 8th of August 2013 10:43:42 PM