JANNE MARIA

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JANNE MARIA

Postby Neil1282 » Thu May 01, 2014 8:07 am

German Janne Maria Whitby Nov 1968
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Re: JANNE MARIA

Postby northeast » Fri May 02, 2014 6:41 am

Nice one Neil, did not know that berth by the bridge had been used for cargo. Maybe the rest of the quays were full!
Cheers, George
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Re: JANNE MARIA

Postby Neil1282 » Sun May 04, 2014 5:57 pm

northeast wrote:Nice one Neil, did not know that berth by the bridge had been used for cargo. Maybe the rest of the quays were full!
Hi George,saw a few ships tied up there awaiting a free berth,the good old days.regards Neil
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Re: JANNE MARIA

Postby northeast » Mon May 05, 2014 6:45 am

Always thought it a pity when they pulled down the old houses/shops by her stern, next to the bridge, we used to fish for billet down there!
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Re: JANNE MARIA

Postby teesships » Wed Aug 19, 2015 12:33 pm

50 YEARS AGO TODAY!

JANNE MARIA (5405487), Denmark, 399gt,
completed Husum 5-1963
1963 JANNE MARIA - 1974 MARIE HOLMI - 1976 PIA - 1979 LA PIA
foundered 27NM S of St Thomas, Virgin Is 27.9.89 [St Maarten-�, cement]

Off Tyne-Tees Wharf, River Tees, 19 August 1965:
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Re: JANNE MARIA

Postby teesships » Fri Apr 10, 2020 1:41 pm

50 YEARS AGO TODAY!

JANNE MARIA in Middlesbrough Dock - 10 April 1970:
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Interesting man overboard!

Although this is a new scan from an original negative you may notice the quality is not as good as many normal new scans. That is because 50 years ago I used up two-thirds of a film photographing a friend's wedding, and the final third covering a work's accident. Sandwiched in between were two ship photos. Quite soon I realised that somewhere along the line I had lost those two original negatives .... so starting that nasty habit that has lasted more than 50 years! However, prints had been produced from them so off I went to the camera shop and asked for copy negatives to be made. This is what I've had to use these 50 years later and I'm sure there would have been better reproduction in the modern day and age. However, they continue a valued record of my sightings back than.

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