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Photographer:Allan RO [View profile]Title:07 618Added:Sep 13, 2007
Photo Category: Ships Under Construction
This is one of two structures seen in Boulogne, 19:08:2007.

They have the markings 07/618 and 07/619 which would appear to be yard numbers.

many thanks to Christian for identification. This is one of 5 new crane ships being built for the French Navy by Socarenam in Boulogne.

Pic. now reclassified as 'Military Vessel'

photo : Boulogne, 19:08:2007
photo : Dr. Allan Ryszka-Onions 2007

updasted to remove slash from name section - despite this being the actual marking on the vessel !! Why won't the system now accept slashes in the name?
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Douglas Cromby on Mar 04, 2008 22:03 (10 years ago)
Hi Allan,
I bet the filenames can no longer accept a / or for some reason. I wonder if they have ported the web onto a new platform ? There is liklely to be a number of characters that cannot be used in filenames. The other point that that a or / is used for file name and directory locations on both windows and unix, so having one in a name can only cause an operting system a problem. Well what do I know ... :-)

Best regards,

Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Mar 03, 2008 08:28 (10 years ago)
Its inspired by OJ Simpson:
"If the glove doesnt fit, you must acquit."

"If you enter a slash, your picture will crash"

Offcourse the only logical reason, hehe

Christian Herrou on Aug 22, 2007 14:58 (11 years ago)
Mais de rien Allan

Thanks for posting the pics

Best regards

Allan RO on Aug 22, 2007 14:32 (11 years ago)
Hi Christian

many thanks, merci beaucoup

Christian Herrou on Aug 22, 2007 14:16 (11 years ago)

This is one of the 5 crane ships for the French Navy.


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