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6 The Last Moorage

The Last Moorage

Posted on May 21, 2012 by team

But this spring someone decided to tow it, and here it is – the last moorage.

Let’s shortly see what’s inside

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6 Responses to “The Last Moorage”

  1. robin yates says:

    a beautiful ship, stripped by metal thieves, a great shame to see such a lovely ship vandalised

  2. aguest says:

    In the 1960s, it was not uncommon to rely upon asbestos to fire-proof the structure of ships. Visiting this ruin might be really dangerous to one’s health — and it might explain why it was moored in some remote corner rather than undergo a complicated and expensive dismantling in a proper shipyard.

  3. a says:

    one of that ships you can find in Szczecin (Stettin), Poland:
    http://szczecin.gdziezjesc.info/include/images/stat_29684/stat_29684_1.jpg

  4. Tovarich Volk says:

    I agree, it was a beautiful ship in it’s day. –Now it’s like something from Stalker.

  5. lala says:

    Has it been left there to rust and pollute the river or is there any future plans for the ship?? =o

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