ship's bell train ferry no 1


Ship's bell, brass, Great Eastern Railway/London & North Eastern Railway, inscribed "T.F.1", from the Single-Screw Steamship Train Ferry No 1/Essex Ferry, allocated to the Harwich-Zeebrugge train ferry service, served as HMS Princess Iris during World War II, reopened the Zeebrugge train ferry service in 1946 as Essex Ferry, built by Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd, on the Tyne, 1917, withdrawn and broken up 1957 at Grays.

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