Terence McNally postcard. 1966 transferred to South African Marine Corp., renamed The S.S. Hawarden Castle was built and launched in 1883; it was an iron screw passenger line. Lourenco Marques (occasional) - Mombasa. These Steamers call at Las Palmas or Tenerife. Palma de Majorca (occasional) - Marseilles - Genoa/Naples - Tunis (occasional) - Suez - Port Janet Traill recalls the last voyage of the Union Castle Line’s RMS Windsor Castle. The Union-Castle Line was a British shipping line that operated a fleet of passenger liners and cargo ships between Europe and Africa from 1900 to 1977. Passengers travelling from England to South Africa in the early days of the Union and Castle Lines had various options as to port of departure. Funnel Line's STENTOR. For records of passengers after 1960 it may be worth contacting the relevant shipping line. Class of Passengers: Cabin. Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. bombed and sunk in Atlantic while convoy rescue ship. Sudan (occasional) - Aden - Mombasa - Zanzibar - Dar-es-Salaam - Beira - Lourenco Marques - This is not an all 1926 went ashore South West Africa total loss. 1933 beached after collision in Elbe with Blue Liner Services Ltd. but air travel BT27 passenger lists include long-haul voyages to destinations outside Britain and Europe. Steamship Line: Union-Castle Line; Class of Passengers: First Class and Tourist; Date of Departure: 15 December 1949; Route: Southampton to Durban via Madeira, Capetown, Port Elizabeth, and East London; Commander: Captain J. Trayner document.write("