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Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, 1859
Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, 1859
Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, date unknownShipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860
Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, date unknownShipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slipBremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, circa 1886
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slipBremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, circa 1886
Plan of the old yard of Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, 1890Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1892
Plan of the old yard of Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, 1890Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1892
One of the first plans for the Tecklenborg shipyard of Bremerhaven, Germany, 1897Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1898
One of the first plans for the Tecklenborg shipyard of Bremerhaven, Germany, 1897Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1898
Shipyard plan of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, circa 1900; green areas represented the existing shipyard, while unshaded areas to the south (right) represented the expansion areaPlan presented by shipbuilding engineer Hans Schultz to the committee for the founding of a shipyard in Emden, Germany, 1 Oct 1902
Shipyard plan of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, circa 1900; green areas represented the existing shipyard, while unshaded areas to the south (right) represented the expansion areaPlan presented by shipbuilding engineer Hans Schultz to the committee for the founding of a shipyard in Emden, Germany, 1 Oct 1902
Plan of the old (right) and new (left) yards of Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, 1903Shipyard plan of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Plan of the old (right) and new (left) yards of Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, 1903Shipyard plan of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Shipyard plan of the Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, early 1900sPlan of Nordseewerke shipyard in Emden, Germany, 10 Jan 1905
Shipyard plan of the Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, early 1900sPlan of Nordseewerke shipyard in Emden, Germany, 10 Jan 1905
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1906Bremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, 1907
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1906Bremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, 1907
Plan of Vulcan shipyard (later Howaldtswerke), Hamburg, Germany, 1919Map of Deutsche Werke Kiel, Germany, 1928
Plan of Vulcan shipyard (later Howaldtswerke), Hamburg, Germany, 1919Map of Deutsche Werke Kiel, Germany, 1928

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