Talk:Cammell Laird

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I have the company listed as "Cammell-Laird & Company" in the appendix on destroyer builders in Destroyers of the Royal Navy, 1893-1981 (Maurice Cocker, 1983, Ian Allan ISBN 0711010757) and as "Cammell, Laird & Company" in Janes Fighting Ships of World War II (Tiger Books, 1998, ISBN 1855019965). Can anyone confirm what the correct title is with a view to perhaps moving the article to the correct name if either of the above are correct. Emoscopes Talk 13:01, 21 July 2006 (UTC)

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MV Ulster Queen[edit]

Ferry Site and Wirral Archives have Cammell Laird Shipbuilders as the building yard. Ian Boyle/Simplon Postcards has Harland and Wolff. Is there a more reliable source? Finavon (talk) 13:50, 17 August 2018 (UTC)

answered my own question - 2 ships: MV Ulster Queen (1930) (H&W) and MV Ulster Queen (1967) (CL). Finavon (talk) 18:23, 17 August 2018 (UTC)