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  1. Penang

    My grandfather's slide says: 'Go down' Penang.
  2. Loading Latex, Penang

    Barge loading latex onto the Tegelberg, Penang.
  3. Penang

    Penang, barque built 1905 as the Albert Rickmers later passing into the fleet of Capt. Gustaf Erikson of Mariehamn. She was torpedoed off of Ireland in 1941. An impression of her at sea - Watercolour 21in x 13in. Tony Westmore
  4. Swettenham Wharf

    Swettenham Wharf, George Town, Penang from a book entitled 'PENANG (Prince of Wales Island) The Picturesque Island of Malaya', undated but certainly pre-WW2. Swettenham Pier (as it now seems to be called) has recently been extended to accommodate large cruise-ships.
  5. Snakes & Ladders

    In connection with yesterday's comments on my post of Georgetown, here's a composite picture from slides shot in the Snake Temple in 1968.
  6. Lorcha off Penang Island

    From a faded 1968 slide
  7. Georgetown, Penang

    From a 1968 slide
  8. Georgetown waterfront, Penang

    From a 1968 slide
  9. Georgetown harbour, Penang

    From a 1968 slide
  10. Penang Fishing Boat

    Just an ordinary fishing boat at Telok Bahang, Penang, Malaysia
  11. Pulau Talang Talang

    Penang - Butterworth Ferry.
  12. Star Clipper

    A commercial cruise ship.
  13. Swettenham Pier, Penang

    Looking towards Swettenham Pier from the Georgetown ferry terminal in Penang, Malaysia. This pier is also used by the Langkawi ferry (avoid like the plague if there is a heavy swell).
  14. The Ship Inn

    Doesn't look too seaworthy! Good place to eat.
  15. Semua Gemilang

    IMO Number: 9494929 Flag: Malaysia Length: 105.0m Beam: 19.0m Callsign: 9MII2
  16. Inai Anggerik

    Anchored off Butterworth in Penang Strait.
  17. off Penang

    Unidentified cargo ship off Penang - 1985.
  18. Penang

    The Penang photographed from the Parma in the thirties. She was launched with the name Albert Rickmers in The Rickmers yard in Bremerhafen in 1905. In 1911 she got the name Penang when Laeisz bought her. In 1920 she became Finnish with Nurminen in Helsingfors. Erikson bought her in 1924. She was...
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