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Sailing Time

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Sailing Time
RMS”Saxonia” and “Reina Del Pacifico” Liverpool

Both ships are depicted berthed at the former Princes Landing Stage Liverpool during the mid 1950’s about to set sail for different parts of the World.
“Saxonia” was the first of  Cunard’s four passenger cargo liners built on the River Clyde  being  completed between 1954 and 1957,and is about to set sail for Canada and New York,tonnage 21,987 grt.
“Reina Del Pacifico”was owned by the Pacific Steam Navigation Company Ltd of Liverpool, part of Royal Mail Lines Group.
She was built in 1930 at the famous Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast and is shown here during the twilight of her career,as she was soon to be replaced by the “Reina del Mar” in 1956.She is about to depart for the West Coast of South America calling at such ports as Valparaiso and Chile and was one of  the most popular ships associated with the River Mersey,having seen Service during the Second World War.

Other vessels include the attendant tugs of the Alexandra Towing Company together with two Mersey ferries of the period departing for Wallasey and Birkenhead.

This illustration is one of a series of locally built and operated ships.