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Description - P.S. KING ORRY II in the River Mersey preparing to dock at Liverpool. This was an iron paddle steamer, built in Glasgow in 1871 for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Co. where she worked the Douglas, Liverpool route. She was scrapped at Llanerchymor in 1912 which is on the coast of North Wales near Holywell.
Date - c.1897
Size in mm (approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher - Motor-in-Mann Publications
Publisher's Card No.
Un-used:
Condition - perfect
Further Information - A excellent quality reproduction made between 1973 & 1991 - the working years of the publishers.


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