Product images of The 'Brasil Star' and the tug Napia
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The 'Brasil Star' and the tug Napia
The Blue Star Line's refrigerated cargo vessel 'Brasil Star' (1947) GRT, built by Cammell Laird, being towed by the tug 'Napia' (1946) in the King George V Dock. The 'Brasil Star' was scrapped in 1972.
- Image reference: P37381
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London