Brass ship's bell, London & North Western Railway and Southern Railway - 'Hantonia'

Made:
1911 in Govan
maker:
Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Limited

Ship's bell, brass, London & North Western Railway/Southern Railway, inscribed 'Hantonia', from the Twin-Screw Steamship Hantonia, allocated to the Southampton-Le Havre route and reopened the Southanmpton-Channel Islands service after World War II, built by Messrs. Fairfield Shipping & Engineering Co Ltd, Govan, 1911, withdrawn and broken up 1952.

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Details

Category:
Railway Shipping
Object Number:
1998-11832
type:
bell
credit:
British Rail, Clapham
status:
Permanent collection

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