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UNKNOWN BRITISH FREIGHTER
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Gijsha



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Unknown British cargo ship seen at the Parkhaven in Rotterdam during the first days after the end of WW2.
· Date: Sat, 19 January 19 · Views: 691
· Filesize: 42.0kb, 281.7kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 755 ·
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Keywords: UNKNOWN BRITISH FREIGHTER
Source of Image, If not your own: Beeldbank Rotterdam. Photographer H.F. Grimeyer
Location photo was taken: Rotterdam, Parkhaven
Date photo was taken: May 1945
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nodes

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Sat, 19 January 19 15:57

Looks like an Admiralty freighter, similar to RNADV Bedenham, but if a stores freighter then a letter and a number.
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Samsette

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Sat, 19 January 19 15:58

Looks similar to the wartime-built "Jeeps."
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graham_t
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Sun, 20 January 19 04:19

Yes a US built "Jeep" type. N3-S-A1 (coal fired) or N3-S-A2 (oil fired). Probably the coal fired variety if this is a British ship.
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John Rogers

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Sun, 20 January 19 04:33

.Got to go with Jeep.
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Gijsha

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Sun, 20 January 19 07:37

Thanks gents. More info on this class in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_N3_ship

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