A Staunch Ship And British Seamanship 1928

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Full titles read: "A staunch ship & British seamanship! - Liner "Montrose" brought safe to port after collision with great iceberg."

Liverpool, Merseyside.

Various shots show the damaged liner 'Montrose'; a whole section of the bow has been smashed in and ripped away in the collision...



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G 1495
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01:22:12:00 / 01:22:50:00
G 1495
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