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Autor Thema: Hamburg und Anglo American Nile Company  (Gelesen 1585 mal)

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Re: Hamburg und Anglo American Nile Company
« Antwort #15 am: 05 September 2018, 10:12:45 »
Plenty & Co
Maschinen gebaut für Anglo-American

#1690   26.09.1900   2   6" 12" x 8"      Anglo American Nile Ste         "No 69"
#1691   26.09.1900   2   6" 12" x 8"      Anglo American Nile Ste         "No 70"

#1898   20.10.1904   2   12" 24" x 36"   140   Alex Wilson, London   105      sternwheel, for Anglo-A   blt G Rennie, Greenwich
#1899   20.10.1904   2   12" 24" x 36"   140   Alex Wilson, London   106      sternwheel, for Anglo-A   blt G Rennie, Greenwich
#1900   20.10.1904   2   12" 24" x 36"   120   Alex Wilson, London   103      sternwheel, for Anglo-A   blt G Rennie, Greenwich
#1901   20.10.1904   2   12" 24" x 36"   120   Alex Wilson, London   104      sternwheel, for Anglo-A   blt G Rennie, Greenwich

#1918   14.04.1905   2   8" 16" x 10"      Alex Wilson, London   barge NO 92      for Anglo-American Nile

#2632   08.07.1929   2   5½" 11" x 6"      Anglo-American Nile & T

#2658   07.06.1930   2   9" 18" x 12"      Anglo-American Nile & T   ESR 4

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Re: Hamburg und Anglo American Nile Company
« Antwort #16 am: 05 September 2018, 10:16:32 »
G. & W. Rennie
#1038 VIRGINIA (1906) stern wheeler for Nile

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Re: Hamburg und Anglo American Nile Company
« Antwort #17 am: 17 September 2018, 19:18:38 »
the Engineer 1903 p.518

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Re: Hamburg und Anglo American Nile Company
« Antwort #18 am: 30 Juli 2019, 15:09:53 »
International marine engineering. v.17 1912.

During the last few years a great variety of shallow draft vessels, ranging in size from a 60-foot motor boat to a 260-foot paddle steamer, have been built by Ritchie, Graham & Milne, Whiteinch, Glasgow, for foreign service. One of the largest of these is the stern-wheel steamer Victoria, shown in the accompanying illustration, which is 200 feet long, 28 feet beam, with a molded depth of 5 feet 6 inches. The steamer is propelled by 750-horsepower compound-surface condensing engines, and was built for the Anglo-American Steamship Company for tourist service on the River Nile.