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Wm Denny and Brothers Limited
Denny and Company
Dunbarton, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Model ship, Twin-Screw Steamship `Cambria', London & North Western Railway/London Midland & Scottish Railway/British Railways (London Midland Region), Holyhead section, prototype built by Wm. Denny & Bros., Dumbarton, 1920, withdrawn and broken up 1949. Tonnage 3460 Tons, Speed 25 Knots.
Model of twin-screw steamship "Cambria"
Model ship, Twin-Screw Steamship "Worthing", Southern Railway/British Railways (Southern Region) Newhaven section, prototype built by Wm Denny & Bros, Dumbarton, 1928, withdrawn 1954 and sold to J S Latsis for work in the Mediterranean, was renamed "Phryni", broken up in 1960, tonnage: 2288 tons, speed: 24.5 knots..
Model of twin-screw steamship "Worthing"
Model ship, Twin-Screw Steamship "Isle of Thanet", Southern Railway/British Railways (Southern Region) Folkestone Dover section, prototype built by William Denny & Bros. Ltd., Dumbarton, 1925, withdrawn 1963 and broken up 1964. Tonnage 2690, Speed 21 3/4 Knots
Model twin-screw steamship 'Isle of Thanet'
Model ship, half-hull, Twin-Screw Steamship "Vera", London & South Western Railway/Southern Railway Southampton & Lymington section, prototype built by the Clydebank Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., 1898, withdrawn and broken up 1933.
Model Twin-screw Steamship 'Vera'
Model ship, Twin-Screw Steamship "Lorina", London & South Western Railway / Southern Railway Southampton & Lymington section, prototype built by Denny & Co., Dumbarton, 1918, sunk at Dunkirk 1940. Tonnage 1504, Speed 19 3/4 Knots.
Model of twin-screw steamship 'Lorina'