A warship near completion in the horizontal slip at F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1874; the shipyard stopped using this slip sometime after WW1Launching of Russian cruiser Muravyov-Amursky (later, German cruiser Pillau) at F. Schichau Danzig, Germany, 14 Apr 1914Launching of SMS Baden from Slip IV of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 30 Oct 1915Passenger ship Columbus under construction, Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1922
A warship near completion in the horizontal slip at F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1874; the shipyard stopped using this slip sometime after WW1Launching of Russian cruiser Muravyov-Amursky (later, German cruiser Pillau) at F. Schichau Danzig, Germany, 14 Apr 1914Launching of SMS Baden from Slip IV of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 30 Oct 1915Passenger ship Columbus under construction, Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1922
Passenger ship Columbus getting ready for launching on Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, Jun 1922Launching of passenger ship Columbus from Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 12 Aug 1922Prewar photograph of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard showing the slips, equipping pier, and the floating dry dock next to the equipping pier, Danzig, date unknownLaunching ceremony of Arendskerk, F. Schichau shipyard, Danzig, 1938
Passenger ship Columbus getting ready for launching on Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, Jun 1922Launching of passenger ship Columbus from Slip VI of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 12 Aug 1922Prewar photograph of F. Schichau Danzig shipyard showing the slips, equipping pier, and the floating dry dock next to the equipping pier, Danzig, date unknownLaunching ceremony of Arendskerk, F. Schichau shipyard, Danzig, 1938
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