SHIPS OF THE ORIENT ON POSTCARDS
Images of Migrant Ships to Australia and More

Orion Page Orcades Page Oronsay Page Orsova Page Orontes Page Otranto Page Ormonde Page Orford Page


Strathaird Page Orsova1 Page Iberia Page Orcades 1937 Page




Roma Page Galileo/Marconi Page Fairsea Page Fairsky Page




Ormuz Page




Rangitiki Page

A Visitor From the Atlantic - Cunard's Berengaria (Limited Time Only)


Crossing The Oceans - Video and DVD of Nostalgic Amateur film footage of Orient Line and P&O ships in their heyday


Note: Apologies to those whose emails I have not been able to answer for one reason or another and there have been quite a few. Please try again and I will answer if I can. The truth is that a combination of time limitations and computer problems have been the reason for this so I plead only contributory negligence.

The same goes for updating or adding to my website although there have been small additions which you can find if you look hard. Enjoy your browsing.
To View the Ships Simply Click on the Ship Image You Want Above or Select From the List Below by Clicking On the Ship Required

THE SHIPS

Currently Showing

Orion
Orcades 1937
Orcades 1948
Oronsay
The Second and Last Orsova
Orontes
Otranto
Ormonde
Orford
The First Orsova
Iberia
Strathaird
Roma/Sydney
Galileo/Marconi
Fairsea
Fairsky
Rangitiki

Still to Come

Chusan
Himalaya
Orama
Orvieto
Osterley
Arcadia
Strathnaver
Strathmore
Stratheden
Strathallen
Cathay
Chitral
Southern Cross
Northern Star
Australis
Ellinis
Oranje
Johann Van Oldenbarneveldt
Dominion Monarch
Ships from other parts of the globe also...and more...

No Longer Available - nil at this stage

Unfortunately due to space allowances I can only put a limited number of ships on this site at any one time so keep calling back to see latest additions. Sorry there is not much information about the ships on this site. This would only add to the restrictions re space. Just settle back and enjoy the atmosphere of a bygone era as you browse through this site.

FEEDBACK WELCOMED - I would love to hear from anyone visiting this site and I hope you enjoy your browsing, Chris Tyrer.

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LINKS TO OTHER SITES:

CRUISE SITES
Orient Lines
Cruising the 21st Century
Cruise Reviews
Cruise2.com
Cruise Ship Database
P&O Cruises (includes a webcam veiw from Oriana's bridge updated once every minute)
P&O Pacific Sky Cruises
Cruise Reviews

HISTORICAL SITES
ORIENT
Nostalgic Videos available of Collected Amateur film footage on Orient and P&O in their heyday
Superb Limited Edition Lithographic Print Series on Transatlantic Liners
The Strath Ships of P&O Line
Immigrant Passenger Lists
Immigrant Passenger Ships
Maritime Histories New Zealand Maritime Museum
Around The World With P&O Orient Lines
Migrant Ships Australia
Passenger Ship History Service
Ships That Have Visited Melbourne Australia
Ocean Liner Postcards 1
Ocean Liner Postcards 2
A Site Dedicated to Rangitiki
British Passenger Ships of 1967 in Postcards
Orient Shipwrecked Pictures
Ships Index - Australian National Maritime Museum
Maritime Timetable Images
Videos of Ships
The Ships List
Migrant Ships arriving in N.S.W. 1837 - 1890
Pacific Steam Navigation Company - Ships and Shipping
Marine Engine Site
Posters and Prints
Tri-ang Toy Ships Site
Ships On Parade - Ships that have visited Melbourne's Station Pier and includes web cam links for several cruise ships and 360 degree pan around views on some ships
Cruise Diva - Links to Liner Sites
Australian Emigrant Ship Service
Australian New Zealand Passenger List
A Voyage on Orion
R.M.S. Orion Homepage
The Debris Field
Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand
Ships and Shipping
Shaw Savill Ships

TRANSATLANITC
Monsters of the Sea
The Classic Liners of Long Ago
Passenger Ships of Brazil
The Great Ocean Liners
Ocean Liners of the Past
Famous Ocean Liners
Normandie - The Ship of Light
The Big Three (Vaterland, Imperator, Bismarck)
Passenger Liners of the Past
Early 20th Century Ocean Liners
Chris's Cunard Page
A Tribute to the Swedish America Line
America/Australis Site
More Links to Shipping Sites
Ladies of the Sea
The Cunard Steam Ship Company
More Links Page
Cruise Links
Cyndislist - Lots More Links
Brittanic - A German site in German language featuring a large number of various ships
Leviathan - A German site dedicated almost entirely to this ship from the German WW1 trio
This is Southampton - Site of ships that have visited Southampton
Brittanic - A site dedicated almost entirely to the second sister of Titanic


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