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    In 1936 the German ship POMMERN was a regular visitor from Stettin to the port of Rotterdam. No info, the funnel mark reads probably RC.
  2. Pommern

    Pommern discharging steel plate at Cavendish Quay, Birkenhead. 27/5/10
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    Pommern discharging steel products at Ellesmere Port. 24/6/09
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    Pommern 1938
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    sv Pommern off Mew Island (Copeland Islands) 1938. These 3 photos of the Pommern were given to me as a young school-boy by the Belfast pilot who took the Pommern out in 1938 - I am afraid I cannot remember his name.
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    4-m barque built by J. Reid et Co. in Glasgow in 1903 as Mneme. Today a museum ship in Mariehamn in the Åland islands. I've commented elsewhere that she didn't look bad for a bald-header - a ship without royals - but here her square sail-plan is very prominent, the after end looks quite heavy, and
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    The Pommern leaving Cape Town. She's a bald-header, that is: without royals, and she's full-built and square in her sail plan,- generally as a type considered the most unlovely of sailing ships. But she's from the yard of John Reid in Port Glasgow, and from there nothing unlovely was ever launched.
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    Pommern through the rigging of a yacht while under Erikson flag. Built 1903 as Mneme, 4-m bk, 2324t. She is a so-called 'bald header' through having no royals. The uppermost sail is the upper topgallant, but this is so deep it comprises the depth of a royal as well. So that her looks still are, as w
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