German Steamships by Lars Josefsson

Steamships from Germany

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The Steamship Stettin at quay in Flensburg Until 1981, the steamer was in service and carried out numerous missions on the lower Elbe, the North Sea-Baltic Canal and the Kiel Fjord. With about 2000 hp to the propeller she broke up ice of one meter thickness. Since 1982, the Steamship Stettin is recognized as a technical cultural monument. The Icebreaker Stettin sails with tourists during the summer and serve the remaining time as a museum ship, by the Hamburg Museum Oevelgönne. The Icebreaker Stettin was conceived by her designers as a pure working ship. The seamen, engineers and stokers were housed in accommodations with six bunks separately for engine, deck and trimmers, in addition, there were two shared showers, separated by a wall. The officers were slightly better off, there were chambers with a maximum of two berths and wash basin available.
Steamship Alexandra Scotch Marine steam boiler with two furnaces. Marine compound steam engine with Klug's valve-gear.
Steamship Bussard Scotch Marine steam boiler with two furnaces. Marine triple expansion steam engine with Stephenson's link-motion.
Steam tug Claus D Scotch Marine steam boiler with one furnaces. Marine compound steam engine with Klug's valve-gear.
Steam icebreaker Elbe Scotch Marine steam boiler with two coal fired furnaces. Marine compound steam engine with Klug's valve-gear.
Paddle steamer Freya Scotch marine boiler with one furnaces. Marine compound steam engine with Stephenson's link-motion.
Steamship Kapitän Meyer Two water tube boilers and two triple expansion engine. Two marine triple expansion steam engins
Paddle steamer Krippen Scotch Marine steam boiler with one oil fired furnace. Twin oscillating cylinders steam engine with Penn's valve-gear.
Steamship Schaarhörn Scotch marine boiler with three furnaces. Two marine triple expansion steam engines with Klug's valve-gear
Steam icebreaker Stettin Two Scotch fire tube boilers with three furnaces each. Marine triple expansion steam engine with Stephenson's link-motion.
Steam icebreaker Wal Two water tube boilers. 16 bar. Originally three burners in each boiler, today only one. Marine triple expansion steam engine with Stephenson's link-motion.
Steam tug Woltman Scotch marine boiler with two furnaces and a Compound engine with Klug's valve-gear. Marine compound steam engine with Klug's valve-gear.