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T2-SE-A1
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara".
 
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara".
 "Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara".
( Photo Copyright Greek Shipping Miracle )
 "Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara", after being rebuilt as a bulker.
( Photo Copyright Greek Shipping Miracle )
 
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara".
( Photo Copyright Walter E. Frost )
 
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara".
( Photo Copyright Walter E. Frost )
 
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara" at The Curonian Lagoon,the Klaipeda sea merchant port, now KLASCO, September 3rd, 1970
( Photo Copyright Bernardas Aleknavicius )
 
"Polytemi Andreadis" ex. "Fort Niagara", seen here as a bulk carrier.
 
Laid up, Polytimi Andreadis (43), Georgios F. Andreadis (43) and Alexandros-Koryzis (44), at Eleusis Bay, Greece in May 1981.
Photo taken from a great distance, as Greek authorities didn't allow to get nearer to the laid up vessels.
( Photo Copyright Gerhard L. Mueller-Debus )
 
Laid up, Polytimi Andreadis (43), Georgios F. Andreadis (43) and Alexandros-Koryzis (44), at Eleusis Bay, Greece in May 1981.
Photo taken from a great distance, as Greek authorities didn't allow to get nearer to the laid up vessels.
( Photo Copyright Gerhard L. Mueller-Debus )

FORT NIAGARA, T2-SE-A1
History :
Built by Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pennsylvania.
Yardnumber 316. UMSC No. 309. Official nr. 243248.
Keel laid 21-12-1942. Launched 20-04-1943. Completed 30-04-1943. Gr. 10198 t., Net. 6236 t., Dw. 16613 t. L.o.a. 159,57 m., Br. 20,78 m., Dr. 9,31 m. Engine: 2 steam turbines, manufactured by Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh. 7240 B.h.p., 5401 kW. Speed 15 knots. 26 Tanks.
History:
FORT NIAGARA-1943 completed for United States War Shipping Administration, Philadelphia, USA.
POLYTEMI ANDREADIS-1948 for Statis G. Andreadis, Chios, Greece.
Additional Reports:
Reported Polytemi Andreadis lengthened, widened and converted into bulker in 1963 by replacement of bow and cargo section with new forebody built by Hellenic Shipyards Company, Skaramanga.
1963 New Dimensions 172.4 / 166.1 x 24.0 m, 14425 grt / 25184 dwt.
Reported Polytemi Andreadia laid up since Apr. 1975.
Reported Polytemi Andreadis sold to shipbreakers in Spain. Arrived Villanueva Y Geltru, 17 Jul. 1985 to be broken up. [ By Salvamento Y Demolicion Naval ]