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|Emmanuel.L on Mar 12, 2020 14:50 (2 months ago)|
I like to see a similar photo taken from the same place but these days, must be a great difference, are all the 7 floating docks still operational? and what about the individual vessels, most of them must have been scrapped.
|Axel Huettemann on Mar 12, 2020 10:03 (2 months ago)|
|Thank you for this upload, great ensemble!|
|Calant on Mar 12, 2020 04:47 (2 months ago)|
Adding my 5 cents.
Seems like 2 sisterships are alongside at the fitting out piers?
Black funnels, could be Rotterdam LLoyd " M " class general cargo vsls, Merwe Lloyd, Mississippi Lloyd, 6 hatches, 4 fwd, 2 aft.
Thanks for sharing this impressive Hamburg Shipyard picture DDG!
|MattyBoy on Mar 11, 2020 20:25 (2 months ago)|
|....a shadow of it's former self !|
|DDGHANSA on Mar 11, 2020 20:21 (2 months ago)|
|At that time, the order books of the German shipyards were still full. And today....|
|Krispen Atkinson on Mar 11, 2020 20:12 (2 months ago)|
Tanker looks like ESSO DEUTSCHLAND- see:http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=3052690
On the left side is British India's UGANDA, being converted to a education ship - therefore this must have been in 1967, as she re-entered service in February 1968.
|MattyBoy on Mar 11, 2020 20:04 (2 months ago)|
|Oh my days !! This is an absolute gem - I'd like to have shaken your grandfather by the hand. Superb. Is that an Esso vessel at the bottom ? So many interesting aspects.|
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