Metal ship's plaque, Great Western Railway - St Patrick

Made:
1948 in Sheffield
maker:
Cammell Laird & Co. Ltd.
and
Great Western Railway

Decorative ship's plaque, Great Western Railway, metal, curved, with two shields bearing the arms of the City of London and the City of Bristol, GWR final device, from bow of Twin Screw-Steamship St Patrick, built 1948 by Cammell Laird & Co Ltd., Birkenhead, last ship to be ordered by GWR, scrapped c.1975. Dimensions: 1320.8 mm x 1041.4 mm.

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Details

Category:
Railway Shipping
Object Number:
2000-7173
type:
plaque
status:
Permanent collection

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