Anchor Line 'S.S. Columbia' Vintage Postcard

A good condition card postally used and dated as April 1912. COLUMBIA was Launched in 1902 as a Passenger Cargo Twin screw vessel, converted to oil burning in 1921. She served on the Glasgow - New York service for the ANCHOR LINE. Columbia was laid up in the Clyde in 1926 and sold to the Byron Line who renamed her MOREAS. After only three voyages with this company (Piraeus to New York) she was laid up in 1928 and then sold to the National Greek Line. Scrapped in Venice 1929. She sailed as HMS Columbella during WW I.

Item ID: 5277

$69 USD

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