The British and Irish Steam Packet Company was a steam packet and passenger ferry company operating between ports in Ireland and in Great Britain between 1836 and 1992. It was latterly popularly called the B&I, and branded as B + I line.

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  • The British and Irish Steam Packet Company was a steam packet and passenger ferry company operating between ports in Ireland and in Great Britain between 1836 and 1992. It was latterly popularly called the B&I, and branded as B + I line. (en)
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  • 1995-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Rebranded asIrish Ferries (en)
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  • 1836-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Shipping
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  • Freight transportation
  • Passenger transportation
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  • The British and Irish Steam Packet Company was a steam packet and passenger ferry company operating between ports in Ireland and in Great Britain between 1836 and 1992. It was latterly popularly called the B&I, and branded as B + I line. (en)
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  • British and Irish Steam Packet Company (en)
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  • British & Irish Steam Packet Company (en)
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