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Description : M.V. "Koningin Emma" of the Zeeland Steamship Company, Holland on the Harwich (Essex) to the Hook of Holland Service. Built just before WWII, she was immediatley used by the British Navy for war service being renamed "Queen Emma" and converted to carry six large landing craft. After the war she had a complete modern re-fit and was returned to Holland with her original name, and to carry on life as a North Sea Ferry. In October 1968, she made her final crossing of the North Sea, and was scrapped 2 months later.
Date : c.1939
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88 - Standard Size
Publisher : Foto J.G. v. Agtmaal, Hilversum
Publisher's Card No. : Real photo Series S20336
Un-used
Condition : Almost perfect with just some light wear to the corners

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