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Nehalem
T2-SE-A1
Built February1944 by The Kaiser Company, Swan Island Yard, Portland, Oregon,
as "Nehalem" # 839, for U.M.S.C.
1948 - GULFGLOW, Gulf Oil Corp., Philadelphia
1960 - EMSFALKE, Emder Tankschiff G.m.b.H., Emden, [D. K. Ludwig, New York], GE
Broken up at Hamburg 1965 by Eisen u. Metall A.G.,
arrived 02.07.1965  (l.u. Emden 08.1963).
( See photos below )
The Miramar Ship Index for "NEHALEM"
IDNo:
2245054
Year:
1944
Name:
NEHALEM
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
05.01.1944
Flag:
USA
Date of completion:
02.1944

DWT:
16613
Yard No:
47
Length overall:
159.6
Ship Design:
T2-SE-A1
LPP:
153.3
Country of build:
USA
Beam:
20.7
Builder:
Kaiser
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Swan Island
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1TE-15

Subsequent History:
1948 GULFGLOW - 1960 EMSFALKE

Disposal Data:
Scrapped at Hamburg 02.07.1965 [ By Eisen u.Metall AG. ]

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
245054
2245054
1944
NEHALEM
10448
U.S. Govt.
245054
2245054
1944
GULFGLOW
10448
1948
Gulf Oil Corp.
510399
2245054
1944
EMSFALKE
10448
1960
Emder Tankschiff GmbH

The S.S. "GULFGLOW", continuing to Sparrows Point, with a cargo of Bunker C-oil, for Bethlehem Steel Company.
The damage to her starboard bow is evident.
Picture taken between Smith Point and Sparrows Point, Time: 12:30 PM, Wednesday, March 5, 1952.
( Hagley Digital Archives )
The ship arrived at Bethlehom Steel Company, Sparrows Point, for the purpose of discharging her cargo.
Time of arrival:  5:00 PM. Wednesday. March, 1952.
( Hagley Digital Archives )
Overall-view showing I beam members secured to forecastle deck to hold the ship in alignment.
Also showing staging and crane removing a piece of scrap. March, 1952, 3:20 PM.
( Hagley Digital Archives )
Leaving Pier # 1, showing the 20,000 ton dock and the Baltimore Yard in the background.
Job completed. Ship underway. Time: 8:00 AM, March 29, 1952.
( Hagley Digital Archives )
Drawing of the "Emsfalke".
( Unknown artist )
 
"Emsfalke", ex. "Gulfglow", ex. "Nehalem".
( Photo Copyright Rudy Klein )
 
"Emsfalke", ex. "Gulfglow", ex. "Nehalem".
( Photo collection B. Rohbrecht )