MUSEUM SHIP SS ‘HELLAS LIBERTY’ (ex- SS ‘Arthur M. Huddell’)

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_1

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

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Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_3

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_4

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_5

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

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Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_7

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_9

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_8

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_10

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

SS HELLAS LIBERTY B_12

Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA

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Museum Ship SS ‘Hellas Liberty’ – One of the last three remaining original ‘Liberty Ships’ built during the WWII effort in the USA


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8 thoughts on “MUSEUM SHIP SS ‘HELLAS LIBERTY’ (ex- SS ‘Arthur M. Huddell’)

  1. Hello,
    Thanks for these marvelous clear pictures;I am building presently a scale model of a Liberty ship….soooo…these pics are a welcome extra to my blueprints
    Greetings from The Netherlands
    Skipper

      • Hello Basil,
        Thank you for answering to my post..and thanks for the links to more pictures.
        Although…lol..I now have to rebuild the bridge?superstructure….since in noticed that the top and bridge aisles are slightly curved downwards…as is of course usual in ships.
        But…since my somewhat primitive blueprints didnt show that….and I assumed that these ships being built in haste and at low cost..that they omitted this curvature and build everything straigth..; not so…
        ah welll…one lives and learns.
        I have only one question…do you happen to have a picture of the back of the bridge
        The pics one sees on the net are contradictory…some show her like it seems on the Greece Liberty…others show some more elaborate structure.

        Thank you very much again…they are a great help in building this magnificant ship

        Greetings

        Joop Becx aka skipper
        jbecx@ziggo.nl

      • Dear Joop,

        Trust that all is well; I terribly regret the late reply as I have been busy with business and traveling.

        I am sending you by email shortly two pictures of the accommodation that I think they give you an idea of the curvature; hope they are helpful; I have tried to go through my records, and regrettably I do not have many of such pictures; I only managed to find two of them. I will be in Greece in October and will try to visit the vessel again, and take more pictures.

        Thank you for your consideration and patience! Once again, I do regret late reply.

        Yours aye,
        Basil

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