MV Radiosa, ex Exeter, Grida, Winchester – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1947 by William Denny of Dumbarton (Yard No 1403) for The Southern Railway, as a cargo vessel
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TS Holyhead, ex St David (III) – Steel twin screw turbine ship, built by Cammell Laird & Co Ltd, Birkenhead (Yard No 1182) for Fishguard & Rosslare Railways & Harbours Co, in 1947 as a passenger and mail vessel
TS Phryni, ex Worthing, HMS Brigadier, HMS Worthing, Hospital Ship No 30, Worthing – Steel twin screw turbine vessel built in 1928 at Denny’s of Dumbarton, (Yard No 1203) for Southern Railway as a passenger/mail vessel
Introduced on the night of the 14th-15th October 1936, the Night Ferry was an international sleeper train operating between London Victoria and Paris Gare du Nord. In later years Brussels was also served. The service was operated by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits, SNCF (French National Railways) and the Southern Railway.
MV Stella, ex Tynwald, Antrim Princess – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1967 at Hawthorn, Leslie (Shipbuilders) Hebburn, Tyne (Yard No 765) as a roll-on roll-off car and commercial vehicle ferry, for Caledonian Steam Packet (Irish Services) Ltd
MV Antonia, ex Alba, Alnilam, Schiaffino, Neckartal – Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 1970 at Krögerwerft G.m.b.H., Rendsburg, Germany (Yard No 1355) for Transanglia Schiffahrts. GmbH (J.A. Reinecke), Hamburg
SS Autocarrier (I) – Steel twin screw steamer, she was Britain’s first railway-owned cross-Channel car ferry, built and engined by D. & W. Henderson, Glasgow, in 1931 (Yard No 912M) for the Southern Railway
TS Prince, ex Tuxedo Princess, Caledonian Princess – Steel twin screw steam turbine vessel, built and engined by Wm Denny & Bros, Ltd., Dumbarton, in 1961(Yard No. 1501) for Caledonian Steam Packet Co (Irish Services) Ltd., as a passenger and car ferry.
TS Earl Leofric, ex Holyhead Ferry I – Steel twin screw turbine steamer, built and engined by Hawthorn, Leslie, Newcastle-on-Tyne, in 1965 (Yard No. 757) for the British Railways Board (London Midland Region) Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire service
MV Sirio, ex Ita Uno, Cambridge Ferry – Steel twin screw turbine steamer, built by Hawthorn Leslie (Shipbuilders) Ltd, Hebburn, England, (Yard No. 754) for the British Railways Board in 1965.