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Description : The paddle steamer "LINCOLN CASTLE" worked the Humber Ferry crossing from being built in 1941, but was retired in 1978 3 years before the opening of the Humber Bridge. The last surviving coal fired paddle Steamer. Scrapped at Hull in 2010
Date : c.1960's - shown in British Railways livery
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88 - Standard postcard Size Photograph - stiff card
Publisher :  not attributed
Publisher's Card No. : none
Un-used :
Condition : Perfect - real glossy photograph - not a postcard

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