model twin-screw steamship 'princess ena'

Made:
1906 in Dundee
maker:
Brothers, Gourley

Model ship, half hull, Twin-Screw Steamship 'Princess Ena', London & South Western Railway/Southern Railway, Southampton & Lymington section, prototype built by Gourley Bros, Dundee, 1906, caught fire and sank on a passage from Jersey to St. Malo on 3rd August 1935.

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Details

Category:
Railway Models
Object Number:
1975-7946
type:
model ship
credit:
British Railway Board
status:
Permanent collection

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