Shipbreaking in Bangladesh

by Downs Jim

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Gallery: Asia - Southern - Bangladesh - Rural SE

Tags: shipbreaking bangladesh rural seeking critique

Category: Travel

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Date Time Original : 2008-11-13 16:52:02
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Published: Saturday 6th of February 2010 09:35:38 AM


Comments

DL Anderson
I believe you have your facts reversed. Pictured are sterns with their bows reclaimed.

Jim Downs
I grew up in the Midwest so ocean related marine terms are like a foreign language to me. Thanks for the correction.

Jim Downs
Shipbreaking in Bangldesh When ocean-going vessels are deemed to no longer be seaworthy, many are sent to the Shipbreaking Yards on the SE coast of Bangladesh to be disassembled and recycled. The sterns of these two ships have salvaged while the bows await reclamation.

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