The beginning of the end for British shipping?

Artist’s impression of the distinctive ‘Glenlyon’ class 11,000gt cargo liners for the Alfred Holt group, two of the four being built in Govan, and the others in the Netherlands

The Motor Ship, February 1962 issue, reported on a number of recent ship deliveries, while at the same time bemoaning the lack of initiative from British shipping companies in ordering new tonnage.

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