Product images of The 'Orama' at Palermo, Italy
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
The 'Orama' at Palermo, Italy
Orama' was the first British ship to have accommodation for first- and third-class passengers but no second-class provision. She was sunk in June 1940 by the German cruiser 'Admiral Hipper' during the Norwegian campaign.
Marine Photo Service (Waterline Collection)
- Image reference: P84088
- Waterline Collection, National Maritime Museum, London