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Cargo ship Darro berthed in Avonmouth 1977
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No: 5846   Contributor: Marcel Gommers   Year: 1977   Manufacturer: Cammell Laird, United Kingdom   Country: United Kingdom
Cargo ship Darro berthed in Avonmouth 1977

Photo of the cargo vessel Darro (IMO 5064623) berthed in harbour of Avonmouth, England, in 1977.
The 11,144 GT cargo ship Darro was built in 1957 as Carnatic by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead (UK). She changed name to Darro in 1973 and later to Litska K (1977) and Dimitra (1979). She was scrapped in 1979 at Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Photo with thanks and © P.W. Hobday.
Picture added on 06 July 2008
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