Princess Victoria Memorials
Stranraer, Scotland / Larne, Northern Ireland

One of two memorials dedicated to the memory of the 133 lives lost in the Ro-Ro ferry Princess Victoria on Jan. 31, 1953. After leaving Stranraer the ship was damaged by a gale and went down at the mount of Loch Ryan. This memorial is in Stranraer, Scotland near where the ship departed.

The dedication plaque.

Close-up of the names on the memorial.

The Princess Victoria Memorial in Larne, Northern Ireland.

Another view of the memorial.
(All photos courtesy of James Hendrie)
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Page published June 1, 2014