Above: Loaded down

Here she is loading flour at Fremantle.

The NAIRNBANK was one of the lucky survivors that went through WW2 unscathed. She was one of the notable order for 18 vessels built at GOVAN by Harlands in 1925. 9 of her sister ships never made it.

This vessel had 33 years afloat in total serving for 28 years for the Bank Line circling the globe – a true stalwart….

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