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ACAPULCO (Turisticana Mexicana) photo

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photo-card,  5.5" x 3.5", 140mm x 90mm (approx)
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Product information

ACAPULCO (Natumex)
Passenger liner built by Armstrong-Whitworth, Walker-on-Tyne that entered service in 1923 for P&O as Mongolia, London-Suez-Australia service. Transferred in 1938 to New Zealand Line and renamed Rimutaka. Sold in 1950 to Incres Line and renamed Europa, then in 1951 Nassau, a Bahamas cruise ship. In 1961 became Mexico's first (and only) passenger liner, renamed Acapulco for Turisticana Mexicana. She was laid up in 1963 and broken up at Osaka, Japan in 1964.

photo-card, publisher not stated, 
indent, 
5.5" x 3.5", 140mm x 90mm (approx)
our ref: SRQ128c

Technical specifications

Brand: unbranded
Condition: Used
Product Code: SRQ128c