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  1. PEKING

    PEKING

    F. Laeisz PEKING at Delfzijl berthed at the new wharf.
  2. Peking

    Peking

    Making an impressive sight at the South Street Seaport Museum, New York the one time Arethusa. Originally one of the 'Flying P' vessels of F. Laiez
  3. Peking

    Peking

    The masts and spars of the 4-masted barque Peking (1911) set against the skyscrapers in South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  4. Peking

    Peking

    The masts and spars of the 4-masted barque Peking (1911) set against the skyscrapers in South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  5. Peking

    Peking

    The masts, spars and rigging of the 4-masted barque Peking (1911) in South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  6. Peking

    Peking

    The 4-masted barque Peking (1911) and the tug Helen McAllister (1900) in South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  7. Peking

    Peking

    The steel-hulled 4-masted barque Peking (1911) at the South Street Seaport, New York. Previous names: Peking 1911; TS Arethusa II 1932; TS Arethusa 1933; HMS Pekin during WW2; Peking 1975.
  8. Peking

    Peking

    The F Laeisz Flying P ships were highly regarded in their time. Here the barque Peking is seen at Strood in Kent prior to conversion to the training ship Arethusa. The Peking survives today in New York although apparently with a number of unresolved questions as to its future.
  9. New York windjammers

    New York windjammers

    Is the four-masted barque Peking the former training vessel Arethusa?
  10. Flying P-Liner Peking

    Flying P-Liner Peking

    The famous Flying P-Liner Peking in the port of Hamburg in 1923. The 4-mast barque Peking (3191 grt/2851 nrt/6280 ts) was launched on Febr. 11th, 1911 by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg as a cargo sailing vessel and commissioned on May 16th, 1911 for F. Laeisz, Hamburg. She was intended for the usual nitrate
  11. Lunch time in NY

    Lunch time in NY

    What a place to have lunch!
  12. Wavertree and Peking

    Wavertree and Peking

    Wavertree and Peking together at South Street Seaport Museum New York.
  13. Peking

    Peking

    PEKING Taken off of Gravesend 3-75. Under tow from Medway to Blackwall dry dock to be prepared for towing to New York where she is now a preserved museum ship.
  14. peking

    peking

    south street seaport new york
  15. peking

    peking

    along side wavertree south street seaport new york
  16. Peking

    Peking

    Built by Blohm & Voss, Hamb. in 1911 for F. Laeisz Hamb. 1937 as stationary schoolship Arethusa in England. 1975 as museum-ship in New York. (The other ship is unknown).
  17. Arethusa at Upnor circa 1970

    Arethusa at Upnor circa 1970

  18. T.S.Arethusa in the Medway

    T.S.Arethusa in the Medway

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