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Photographer:René Beauchamp [View profile]Title:Santa Magdalena & Santa MarianaAdded:Apr 23, 2015
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Location:Alameda, United States
Photo Category: Passenger Vessels
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Departing Alameda, CA in December 1987 under tow of Sumatras for breaking up at Kaohsiung.
Photo George Lamuth. From my collection.
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Kyle Stubbs on Apr 24, 2015 01:45 (4 years ago)
Looks like the remains of some vessel along the pier in the foreground. The pier still exist today, but it looks like that relic is long gone.
Kind Regards, Kyle
René Beauchamp on Apr 24, 2015 01:26 (4 years ago)
Hello Leon. I'm not the one who took that photo. It was taken by the late George Lamuth. I have no photos of Sumatras in my collection but there are very good ones on this site.
René
Leon de Hoop on Apr 23, 2015 17:49 (4 years ago)
Hello Rene, did you also take pics of only the Sumatras when she left.
I would be very interested in pics.

Best regards

Leon
Oliver Sesemann on Apr 23, 2015 11:44 (4 years ago)
Superb.
Finn Tornquist on Apr 23, 2015 10:14 (4 years ago)
I remember seeing them at times at Port Newark, New Jersey, in the 1960s. In those days we could actually go on board and visit! Not anymore!
Clive Harvey on Apr 23, 2015 07:26 (4 years ago)
What a fantastic photo opportunity.
WadeArmstrong on Apr 23, 2015 04:37 (4 years ago)
Santa Magdalena, perhaps my best hitch ever. Great liberty ports, worked just enough to convince the passengers that it was a "working ship", unfortunately not enough time between ports to make any money before spending it all.
Donald Marshall on Apr 23, 2015 01:51 (4 years ago)
That's what happens when a hotel chain owns a shipping company.
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