You are currently browsing the daily archive for April 17, 2017.
More old steel today and all from Jan van der Doe. I posted a stern view of the vessel below a few days ago . . . here’s more of the story, as much as I understand. Between 1944 and 1990, it had German, Belgian, and Dutch owners, both governmental and private. Since 1990, it’s been owned by Americans who keep it in Rotterdam.
The rest of these photos Jan took in Hamilton ON, and some of the boats
might be in greater jeopardy. Florence M, Tony MacKay, and James A. Hannah have all been on this blog before, and with some of the same company. One of these days, they may no longer be there, and they may no longer BE.
I gather these are Carrol C 1 and Bonnie B. from that same 2015 post.
Molly M I works for Nadro Marine and was built in 1962.
William is the name and Bermingham is the company here, and she’s almost 80 years old. Unrelated: What material is stored in the domes?
Many thanks to Jan for his updates from Rotterdam and Hamilton.