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TITLE
MacBrayne's MV Lochinvar at Salen, Mull
EXTERNAL ID
KIGHF_HF_4_27_06
PLACENAME
Salen
DISTRICT
Mull
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Kilninian and Kilmore
SOURCE
Highland Folk Museum
ASSET ID
42162
KEYWORDS
ferries
ships
MacBrayne's MV <i>Lochinvar</i> at Salen, Mull

MacBrayne's MV Lochinvar, was the Oban - Mull mail steamer between 1908 and 1955 sailing daily from Oban to Tobermory via Craignure. She was one of MacBrayne's earliest motor vessels. Between 1955 and 1960 she was a relief vessel for the company before She made her final sailing for the company in May 1960 and subsequently worked on the Thames estuary. She was acquired again by Scottish owners in 1966 who planned to base her at Inverness but on her voyage north she was wrecked off the Humber estuary with the loss of all hands.

The location of this photograph is believed to be the old pier at Salen, Mull.

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MacBrayne's MV <i>Lochinvar</i> at Salen, Mull

ARGYLL: Kilninian and Kilmore

ferries; ships

Highland Folk Museum

Highland Folk Museum Photographic Collection

MacBrayne's MV <i>Lochinvar</i>, was the Oban - Mull mail steamer between 1908 and 1955 sailing daily from Oban to Tobermory via Craignure. She was one of MacBrayne's earliest motor vessels. Between 1955 and 1960 she was a relief vessel for the company before She made her final sailing for the company in May 1960 and subsequently worked on the Thames estuary. She was acquired again by Scottish owners in 1966 who planned to base her at Inverness but on her voyage north she was wrecked off the Humber estuary with the loss of all hands.<br /> <br /> The location of this photograph is believed to be the old pier at Salen, Mull.