Framnæs 4 in dry dock. Anders Beer Wilse photo. Looks like there is room for two ferries in the wooden floating dry dock. The nearest one, Framnæs 4, shuttled back and forth in inner Oslofjord betrween 1909 and 1956. She must have needed a periodical stay in drydock a numberof times within that time
Hannover was build for HAPAG in 1921. In 1926 she was renamed Hamm. At 18 April 1940 she was sunk outside Strømstad by the U-boat HMS Seawolf. Hamm was then on her way back from Oslo.
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The ship Goya to the left and Topeka to the right at Akers mekaniske verft, the shipyard in Oslo during the German invasion in Norway April 1940. I am not sure about the name for the two ship in the middle. Information is welcome!