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Photographer:carimar [View profile]Title:ZHE HAI 107Added:Oct 15, 2006
Photo Category: Unidentified Far Eastern Shipping (Admin use only)
Ex orig. ??? at Shanghai July 1979.
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asnyk on Aug 14, 2010 11:08 (7 years ago)
Here is a list of just about Jeeps, flying under Chinese flag:
- E.C.Gardner - last known name Nan Hai 175, deleted 1992
- Nathaniel Ingersoll - Nan Hai 165, deleted 1992
- Josiah A.Mitchell - Nan Hai 176, deleted 1992
- Northern Chieftain - Nan Hai 163, stricken 1967?
- Northern Pioneer, Zakynthos - Hong Qi 155, deleted 1992
- Benjamin M.Melcher - Nan Hai 177, deleted 1992
- Elkanah Crowell - He Ping 77, deleted 1992
- Josiah P.Cressey - Ho Ping 14, ?
- one more ship, unknown, Ho Ping 16, ?
So it is a choice!
rgds asnyk
carimar on Nov 12, 2006 09:44 (11 years ago)
hello Derek, I would like to suggest that she is an "Jeep-Type" but which one??? what was her original name? would be a mystery for ever? who knows?
best regards, Markus
carimar on Nov 12, 2006 09:42 (11 years ago)
hello David, I would agree that she is an "Jeep-Type" but which one???
best regards, Markus
carimar on Nov 12, 2006 09:45 (11 years ago)
hello Asnyk, I would agree that she is an "Jeep-Type" but which one? what was her first name?
best regards, Markus
asnyk on Oct 16, 2006 19:38 (11 years ago)
Under Chinese flag (RC) 'flying' more three Jeep ship: HOPING 14,HOPING 16 and NAN HAI 175 (HONG
QI 175). Hi asnyk
asnyk on Oct 16, 2006 16:47 (11 years ago)
I think it is the US Jeep type (maybe "rebuilt")
,similarly as for example HOPING No.77
Hi asnyk
David Ford on Oct 15, 2006 10:27 (11 years ago)
To me, this appears to be very similar to the standard 'Scandinavian'-type steamer built during WW2 for the Ministry of War Transport.

David Ford
DEREK SANDS on Oct 15, 2006 10:09 (11 years ago)
I would say Polish built this is similar
Gdansk built vessel.
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