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  1. Valparaiso

    The Valparaiso of 1917, AB Nordstjerna Rederi A/B 1939: In collision with English steamer DICKY on the Thames. 1940: Required by The Ministry of War, London. 12/1940: Torpedoed and sunk 31/12 in pos. N 60.01', W 23.00' by German U-boat U-38 on a voyage from Montreal to Halifax and Glasgow...
  2. Valparaiso 1961

    Taken from PSNC's Santander
  3. Mercury @ Valparaiso

    Mercury (267mts l.o.a. 2500 passengers )

    Ultra-Deepwater drillship 'Tungsten Explorer' taking on heavy equipment from 'HHL Valparaiso'
  5. TS Urundi at Stettin

    The German cargo Steamer Urundi, photographed in the port of Stettin (Szczecin), loading tanks of the German Tank Regiment 5 (stationed at Bernau near Berlin). The tank being lifted with the derrick is a type IV, the tank on the flat railway carriage is a type I. URUNDI (5791 GRT / 3569 NRT /...
  6. SMS Scharnhorst at Valparaiso

    The armoured cruiser SMS Scharnhorst seen here at Valparaiso, a few days after the Battle of Coronel. The Scharnhorst (11,616/12,985 ts) was launched on March 22nd, 1906 by the Blohm & Voss shipyard in Hamburg, hull-number 175 and commissioned on Oct. 24th, 1907. On April 1st, 1909...
  7. St Ola (4) approaching pier, Scrabster

    Stromness (Orkney)-Scrabster (Caithness) ro-ro ferry St Ola arriving Scrabster, July 1995.
  8. Valparaiso

    A three-masted iron barque, built in 1866 by T. Vernon and Son, Liverpool. (188.0x31.1x18.8 ft.) (732 BRT / 633 NRT) 1866 : Launched for Balfour, Williamson and Co., Liverpool. 1891 : Sold to Ismay, Imrie and Co., Liverpool. 1892 : Sold to G.K. Styrup, Ribe, Danmark. Jan. 1905 ...
  9. Valparaiso, have you been here?

    Have you been here? I have. Valparaiso, Chile Small mini photo folder from my collection
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