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Photographer:Petros Psarras [View profile]Title:BrNS Dodsworth F47Added:Dec 16, 2012
Captured:December 14, 2012IMO:UnavailableHits:5,905
Location:Aliaga, Turkey
Photo Category: Scrapyard Ships
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Pennant no.:F 47
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jadran on Dec 17, 2012 17:38 (6 years ago)
Dear David, Anton and Tomislav,
My below comment is actually so "stiff" written to top stress its BTW meaning and that is, my non admire of the recent OVERLOAD of this Photo Category including Casualties seen within the past 48 hours.
I agree with you and feel the same emotions ..... such unfortunate event of the ship(s) is not my enjoyment and moreover is very sad to see !
I must admit that I enjoy in a photo of a beautiful ship; also can be any alive ship together with all the nice oldies that can be seen on this site ... these are my favorite photos.
Best regards/Jadran
Anton Heuff on Dec 17, 2012 13:36 (6 years ago)
Well said, David. I couldn't agree more.
David Meare on Dec 17, 2012 13:29 (6 years ago)
Personally I wouldn't use the word wonderful These ships in their lifetimes were a focal point in the lives of who knows how many thousands of people. They were home and a source of livelihood to their crews, they kept the wheels of commerce and industry turning and in some cases they contributed to the defence of nations. There is no sensible option other than to recycle them at the end of life and the methods of doing so, along with those of construction are of serious interest. However as someone whose whole life has been shaped by my time on ships I prefer photos of them at sea, not of them being ripped apart in scrapyards. For that reason, in spite of their obvious popularity, I rarely look at scrapyard photos.
jadran on Dec 17, 2012 10:26 (6 years ago)
More wonderful scraps.
Dеnis on Dec 16, 2012 20:13 (6 years ago)
Unless someone posts a shot of my favourite STORMAN ASIA which was broken up at Aliaga, Turkey in March earlier this year, nothing to admire for me here for the next 24h. Hold on, I see there's like remains of ex-Costa Allegra will be here soon for the next 24h! :P
Dеnis on Dec 16, 2012 20:10 (6 years ago)
Scrapspotting.com
Captain Ted on Dec 16, 2012 16:23 (6 years ago)
This site becomes more and more about breaking ships up/casualties or the surroundings of the ship,but not the ships itself !!!
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