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cargo liner

[′kär·gō ‚līn·ər]
(naval architecture)
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A scale model of the Agamemnon, the world's first longdistance cargo liner, is among items made and collected by William Elston, who was a member of the ship's first crew.
The 11,635-ton Haverford was a solidly built passenger cargo liner constructed in 1901 by John Brown & Co of Glasgow for the International Navigation Co (INC), Liverpool.
Of the other steamers assembled in the Mersey for the Diamond Jubilee, most unusual in appearance was the cargo liner Clan Murray.
Heraklion was well-known in British shipping circles before moving to Greek ownership - she was originally the Bibby Line's passenger and cargo liner Leicestershire.
In 1942, a British cargo liner ripped open her hull, leaving 80 passengers and crew stranded on the shoreline, where a thousand wrecks had been crushed over the centuries.
On display in the Merseyside Maritime Museum's Liverpool World Gateway gallery is a scale 1:48 builder's model of the cargo liner Barnesmore.
DETAIL: Stephen Guy At Merseyside Maritime Museum's Liverpool: World Gateway gallery there is a model of McAndrews' cargo liner Ravenspoint.
In Merseyside Maritime Museum's Liverpool: World Gateway gallery, there is a superb model of the twin screw steamer Colombia, a PSNC coastal passenger and cargo liner.
I sailed on my first trip in the Merchant Navy on the Blue Funnel cargo liner Achilles, in December 1958.
One is a superbly-detailed model of the cargo liner Malancha, built in 1918 for the Brock le bank Line.
One of the shipswhich fell victim of the growth of air travelwas the 13,345-ton cargo liner Media, the first ship to be built for Cunard afterWorld War II.
Mary made the trip on the Booth Line passenger cargo liner Hilary with her mother and sister.