6 Great Ice-Breaker Of a Sad Destiny

Great Ice-Breaker Of a Sad Destiny

Posted on June 18, 2012 by team

via  Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums

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6 Responses to “Great Ice-Breaker Of a Sad Destiny”

  1. Balodis says:

    “In 1885 they decided to build an ice-breaking ferry. 12 plants participated in the construction: Soviet and foreign ones.”

    So: when Soviet Union was established?
    Is it still exist?

  2. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    That’s weird. The Soviet Union was established in 1922

  3. Cherea says:

    why the “tyne & wear” archives?
    this was a great ship building city..this a russ ship???

  4. John says:

    It was built in Newcastle, England and then sent to Russia in kit form for reassembly. The Steam Engines were made in St Petersburg.

  5. Zane says:

    Cool article about the old Icebreaker Baikal Sister ship of the Icebreaker Angara on the Angera River in Irkutsk which is a restored museum now. Over a century old, built when Nickolas II was Tzar

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