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Various: pre-war<br>"Lamport & Holt Line"

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Lamport & Holt: "Lamport & Holt Line" by Paul Heaton, published in 2004, hardbound with 160 pages.
 
For almost 150 years Lamport & Holt sailed from Britain and North America to ports along the east coast of South America. Their very earliest ships in the 1840s were powered by wind, but soon the company switched to steam. For a while they even held the mail contracts for Brazil and Argentina. By the 1870s they were sailing weekly from Liverpool. The ships always carried a lot of freight but passenger service was important too and over the years the company owned several middle sized liners. The most infamous was the VETRIS which sank with a great loss of life in 1928. After WW2 the line concentrated on freight and even launched container ships. In the early 1990s Blue Star Lines bought out the remainder of the fleet. Heaton's work covers the line through its existence and provides several fleet lists.
 
Excellent condition.
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