Model steamer - "Londres"

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Model of the Passenger Steamer 'Londres'
Donated by the Chamber of Commerce
Museum number 1910-1

One of the most striking ships ever to be launched on the Tay, the 'Londres' was built by Gourlays for Argentina in 1906. Gourlay Bros. concentrated on building iron steamships with screw propulsion. By 1867 it had become the largest shipbuilder in Dundee, with a growing reputation for technical expertise. In the fifty years of its existence, it produced over 200 steamers.

Model steamer - "Londres"
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