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SHENDI ex- BOMBALA
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No: 21849   Contributor: Paul Strathdee   Year: 1973   Manufacturer: Harland and Wolff, Belfast, United Kingdom   Country: United Kingdom
SHENDI ex- BOMBALA

Referring to David's superb picture #21801, picture #21802 and picture #21808 of the former BI cargo liners BANKURA, BULIMBA and BAMORA, these two of mine should complete the set.
This is the Sudanese SHENDI back home in Glasgow in January 1973. She was BOMBALA completed in 1961 and sold on in 1971.
Further sales followed and she then became in 1980 SUPACHAI BULAKUL before passing to Chinese registry as ZHEN ZHU QUAN and SU CHENG being scrapped as that at Alang where she arrived on 20th April 1996.


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Harland and Wolff, Belfast, United Kingdom

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