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SS Léopoldville

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A number of steamships have been named Leopoldville or Léopoldville:

  • SS Léopoldville (1895), 3,386 GRT, built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co, Middlesbrough for the Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo. Sold in 1897.
  • SS Léopoldville (1897), 3,963 GRT, built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co, Middlesbrough for the Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo. Sold in 1901.
  • SS Léopoldville (1904), 4,376 GRT, built by Sir Raylton Dixon & Co, Middlesbrough for the Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo. Sold in 1908.
  • SS Léopoldville (1908), 6,327 GRT, built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo. Sold in 1914.
  • SS Léopoldville (1929), 11,509 GRT, built by J. Cockerill SA, Hoboken, Antwerp for Compagnie Belge Maritime du Congo. Torpedoed and sunk in 1944.
  • SS Léopoldville (1948), 10, 530 GRT, built by . Cockerill SA, Hoboken, Antwerp. Launched in 1948 and in service until 1967.
  • References

    SS Léopoldville Wikipedia


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