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Pamphlet - 'Passenger Sailings', Galileo & Marconi, Lloyd Triestino Lines, 1970-71 Document Reg. No: HT 2634

Summary:
Folded pamphlet showing sailing schedules for Lloyd Triestino Line ships Galileo and Marconi, launched in 1963. The ships voyaged from Genoa, Italy to Melbourne, stopping at Naples, Messina, Piraeus, Malaga, Las Palmas, Durban, Fremantle and Adelaide, and could carry up to 289 first class passengers and 1594 tourist class passengers.

It is part of a collection of 175 items of post-war ship memorabilia collected by John McKay. John began collecting shipping brochures as a boy through an interest in travel and later used some of the material in his professional capacity as a Geography and Social Studies teacher. He finally made a voyage himself in 1957-1958, to England to attend a scouting jamboree, although he ended up staying for 18 months. He remembers lots of Australians going over at that time, and references to Earls Court as 'Kangaroo Alley'.
Description:
Folded pamphlet double sided on gloss paper. Brown and white text and artwork. Single sided insert of red text on gloss paper. Text in English.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr John McKay, 2003
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 24.2 cm (Height), 9.7 cm (Width)
Dimension Comment: Folded once.

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Tagged with: immigration, advertising, shipping lines, shipping, ship memorabilia, pamphlets, ciampone
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: WATER TRANSPORT
Secondary Classification: Shipping Lines
Tertiary Classification: promotional materials
Inscriptions: Cover title: "LLOYD TRIESTINO" "PASSENGER SAILINGS 1969 1970-71" "GALILEO & MARCONI"
Issued By: Lloyd Triestino Lines, Italy, 1970-1971
Ship Named: ., 1970-1971
Ship Named: ., 1970-1971
User: Mr John McKay, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1970-1971

Collected by John McKay

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