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Ships at Port of Astoria
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Ozzie
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Tue, 24 December 19 08:49

The forward ship has the look of a British Tramp ship of the time , maybe 1920's.

The funnel emblem, which seems to be a white St. Andrews cross on a band with one or two letters in it, looks familiar but have't got it yet.

Her name appears very short, seems to begin with "Co...", maybe 'Colin', or if she is German maybe 'Coln'

Interesting thanks

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Bootsmann

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Tue, 21 January 20 13:23

The left one is ODIN, built in 1929 by Nordseewerke, Emden (141) for Seereederei Frigga, Hamburg. GT 5.806, 9.296 tdw.
Sank by mines leaving Narvik, Norway 9 May 1944, 32 crew lost.
Rgds, Manfred
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Ozzie
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Tue, 21 January 20 14:04

Yes, thanks once again Manfred, 'Odin' she is

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tunatownshipwreck

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Wed, 22 January 20 00:18

Thank you. most helpful.

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