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Photographer:DEREK SANDS [View profile]Title:ANGARSKAdded:Jan 08, 2008
Captured:IMO:5017151Hits:1,706
Photo Category: General cargo ships built 1950-1959 (Over 3000gt)
Description:
Passing Hook of Holland in Summer 1978.
Built 1956 by Neptun VEB, Rostock.
3258grt.
BU Russia 1980
Vessel Identification
Name:Angarsk
IMO:5017151
Technical Data
Vessel type:General Cargo
Gross tonnage:3,258 tons
Summer DWT:4,459 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1956
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (12)

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DEREK SANDS on Feb 19, 2008 19:09 (9 years ago)
Thanks Milko,
Those were the days!
regards
Derek
Milko Kronja on Feb 18, 2008 23:17 (9 years ago)
Very nice pic, Derek.

Regards - Milko
DEREK SANDS on Jan 09, 2008 15:31 (9 years ago)
Hi Tomas,

You can keep the cold weather up your end of the world please!

regards
Derek
Tomas Østberg- Jacobsen on Jan 09, 2008 14:47 (9 years ago)
"I missed the cold war, but not the cold weather."


Pure geeeeeeeenius!

Tomas
DEREK SANDS on Jan 09, 2008 13:51 (9 years ago)
Thanks John,
Saw several of this class but not many photos I'm afraid
regards
Derek
John Jones on Jan 09, 2008 08:32 (9 years ago)
One of my favourite ships Derek. Great shot... I never got one of her.
Regards
John J.
DEREK SANDS on Jan 09, 2008 05:07 (9 years ago)
I missed the cold war, but not the cold weather.
Something else thats changed here. No cold weather anymore!
regards
Derek
Magogman on Jan 09, 2008 03:32 (9 years ago)
Derek, during the Cold War we GI's were taught not to be afraid of the modern Soviet woman, brown boots and all --I guess you missed out on that! I thought you railroaders were tough!

And there were no such things as pretty Russian tennis stars. Except maybe in the James Bond movies! :-D

My, how times have changed.
DEREK SANDS on Jan 08, 2008 17:13 (9 years ago)
Thats sounds very frightening to me, obvioulsy in the days before the pretty Russian tennis stars!
regards
Derek
stumps on Jan 08, 2008 14:29 (9 years ago)
Remember being berthed ahead of her in the Greenland dock , surrey Docks and no wonder she was neat and tidy , they were still chipping away at ten at night :-o Even the "copper" on the gate complained :-D Anyway, also remember she had a woman Mate and I have no doubt she had no problems getting the lads to work into the night - Erma Press was a mere strappling compared to her :-D She actually wore big brown boots with a skirt . :-o
DEREK SANDS on Jan 08, 2008 13:20 (9 years ago)
Hi Dave,

These were very nice ships although a bit out of date. Were always nicely kept too.
They just glided past with a very quiet 4 cylinder compound engine and LP turbine providing the power.
Hardly a sound and just a wisp of smoke!
No thumping diesel, those were the days!

regards
Derek
Magogman on Jan 08, 2008 06:05 (9 years ago)
That is my idea of a neat ship! :-D
Very nice - they just don't build them that way anymore unfortunately.
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