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erik



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Old steamer along side Vitoria Brazil in 1911 delivered a load of piping.
· Date: Wed, 17 July 19 · Views: 308
· Filesize: 50.6kb, 110.0kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 811 ·
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Keywords: Steamer, vitoria Brazil, cargo ship
Source of Image, If not your own: Public files from state of Espirito Santo BR
Location photo was taken: Vitoria Brazil
Date photo was taken: 1911
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eddyw
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Registered: November 2007
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Wed, 17 July 19 11:49

Pipes look covered in undergrowth. Could she be loading? Possibility is one of the Brazil Govt/Lloyd Brasileiro coastal steamers. Vessel resembles "Alfenas" ex "San Nicolas" of Hamburg-Sud, later "Campos Salles" but she wasn't taken over till 1917. Photo here:
http://www.navioseportos.com.br/site...os-salles-1897
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barnsey

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Wed, 17 July 19 21:10

Didn't they cover them with straw in the holds to give some anti skid properties/dunnage? Ive seen similar on a pile of pipes elsewhere.

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eddyw
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Registered: November 2007
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Thu, 18 July 19 07:56

That seems a much better explanation! On question of identification, detail similarities between ship and features evident on "Campos Salles" (boats, aftermast, arrangement of ports) are striking. "Campos Salles" formerly "San Nicolas" (1896) of Hamburg Sud was one of a group of about eleven similar ships (sisters or near repeats). Others were "Asuncion" (1895), "Bahia" (1898), "Belgrano" (1897), "Cordoba" (1896), "Pernambuco" (1897), "Petropolis" (1897) , "Sao Paulo" (1896), "Santos" (1899), "Tijuca" (1895) and "Tucuman" (1895) . All traded to Brazilian ports for Hamburg-Sud so in 1911 might be any of these.
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