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|ged frith on Nov 07, 2020 13:28 (2 months ago)|
|And again gentlemen.keep coming on mystery ships.over and out .anybody.call in some times|
|adenanthos on Nov 07, 2020 13:13 (2 months ago)|
Thanks everyone for diving into this matter, much appreciated !
|ged frith on Nov 07, 2020 12:59 (2 months ago)|
|The longest FLOATING pier in the world then .liverpools one .uk 1120 ft .but thats another story.|
|Rick Vince on Nov 07, 2020 12:47 (2 months ago)|
One last identifier for the club in the foreground, known as: 'Legaspi Garden' which was a restaurant, bar, and all around entertainment facility especially for sailors and military men.
Good photo here: https://flic.kr/p/Kt87qt
|Rick Vince on Nov 07, 2020 12:39 (2 months ago)|
Very interesting, and thank you Cisco for location identification.
For those of you who use Facebook, there is a good photo of the pier under construction circa 1918.
Search Facebook: 'Pier 7 Manila' or look in the Group 'Philippine History and Architecture'.
I will copy the accompanying text to that photo, here:
"Pier 7, Manila. Erected 1918. Port Area, Manila.
by: Arch't. Tomas Bautista Mapua
At about one thousand feet long, Pier 7 was one of the longest architectural structures in the Philippines during its' time. It was also known as the Million Dollar Pier because it is reputed to be the longest passenger pier in the world back then.
The government spent 12 million pesos (which was a whopping amount in 1918) for the construction of Pier 7. The pier was designed by Architect Tomas Mapua.
As with the other building casualties, Pier 7 was also destroyed and was never rebuilt after the war."
|pieter melissen on Nov 07, 2020 10:19 (2 months ago)|
Cisco, this proves you are 100% correct. My suggestion for Indonesia was based on the nationality of the poster.
|Cisco on Nov 07, 2020 10:09 (2 months ago)|
|Given her owners and their trade I would suggest Manila.|
|pieter melissen on Nov 07, 2020 09:58 (2 months ago)|
|A lot of countries in South East Asia, especially those that were British colonies at that time have and had left hand drive traffic. So has our former colony Indonesia, so could this be Batavia?|
|ged frith on Nov 07, 2020 09:46 (2 months ago)|
|The barges alongside the liner .look like the lumber barges they have in vancouver?.|
|Cisco on Nov 07, 2020 09:11 (2 months ago)|
|Or...... the Philipines where they drove on the left up until WW2... as did much of South America.|
|Cisco on Nov 07, 2020 09:06 (2 months ago)|
|Cars driving on the left so somewhere in Japan?|
|Clive Harvey on Nov 07, 2020 08:50 (2 months ago)|
|It looks to be one of the US Shipping Board's 535-class ships. She appears to have the funnel markings of the Admiral Oriental Line, so it could be either the Wenatchee, which was later renamed President Jefferson or it could be the Keystone State, later renamed President McKinley. The terminal building looks familiar but I don't know where that is.|
|ged frith on Nov 07, 2020 08:11 (2 months ago)|
|American passenger ship somewhere on west coast america ??|
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