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Family Arriving in Melbourne on Achille Lauro Ship, Station Pier, 1968

SS Oriana by Robert G. Lloyd - The last of the Orient Lines passenger liners to enter service, Oriana was built by the Vickers-Armstrong company at Barrow and launched in November 1959. The ships maiden voyage from Southampton to Australia commenced in December 1960 and was fleetingly the largest ship on the Southampton to Australia run. From 1966, the ship appeared in P&O's house colour of white and buff, replacing the famous corn of the Orient Line, this being as a result of the Orient…

A wreck on the Skeleton Coast, Namibia

U.K. Two boys engrossed in their comic books, May 17th, 1952. // Thurston Hopkins

Timaru Star - Photographed at sea in the Indian Ocean from the ship's lifeboat. The photographer hadmistakenly remarked to the Captain that the boats hadn't been lowered for a while. This was the result . Photographed by Fraser Darrah.

Aussie sheep shearers. Shearing shed. Images of Australia: the Tyrrell Collection of photographs of Australia's history

Nice color photo of the Doria

RMS Caronia (1948 to 1968) the legendary "Green Goddess" was nicknamed so by the people of Liverpool after local trams. She was one of the first ships built for both transatlantic crossings and traditional cruising. She was notable for both her distinctive livery and large funnel, which made her a challenge to pilot. Withdrawn from service in 1967 and renamed SS Caribia, she was wrecked in storms in Honolulu in 1974

Chandris Lines Australis the former United States Lines America