Product images of The 'Brasil Star' (1947) in the Royal Albert Basin
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The 'Brasil Star' (1947) in the Royal Albert Basin
The Blue Star Line's 'Brasil Star' (1947) GRT, in the Royal Albert Basin, at the entrance of the Royal Albert Dock. She was part of the line's South American service, importing mainly refrigerated and chilled meat. She was broken up in 1972. The PLA tug 'Plateau' (1952) is to the right.
- Image reference: P37374
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Grierson Collection.