Bremerhaven

Germany

Cuxhaven

Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven (130.000 inhabitants), at the mouth of the Weser, is the harbor of the city of Bremen. It is the second harbor of the country after Hamburg.


Bremen and Bremerhaven upon the Weser


Here are the Tecklenborg shipyards who built a part of the Ferdinand Laeisz fleet, notably the last four-master, the Padua, in 1926.

There is the German Maritime Museum (4), with numerous relics from the Pamir.


Panorama of Bremerhaven


In 1939, Bremerhaven and Geestemünde merged to
become Wesermünde, a name released in 1945.


Kaiserhafen at the turn of the century

The harbor

The Lighthouse

The harbor

The Shipyard


The Rickmers shipyard, 1834-1986

The Shipyard


The Shipyard

The Shipyard

The Shipyard

The Harbor


Liner Europa, Colombusbahnhof

The Harbor



The Harbor in 1926

The Harbor

Liners Europa and Bremen
at Colombuspier

The mouth of the Weser


Kaiserhafen


Kaiserhafen


Kaiserhafen

Kaiserhafen


Kaiserhafen

The museum-ship Gera


The Harbor

The Harbor


The Tecklenborg shipyard in 1907

Alten Hafen


The Harbor

Geestevorhafen


Geestemunde

Tecklenborg


Geestevorhafen

The Station


Bremerhaven

Nordenham

Brake

Vegesack

Bremen


Panorama of Bremen on the Weser
Bremen, the Land capital city (680.000 in.), on the Weser, was one of the more active city of the Hanse.

It is a commercial, financial and industrial centre.

Old city monuments, with the gothic cathedral and the City Hall (XVth-XVIIth c.). Museums, with the Kunsthalle (large painting galerie) and the Uberseemuseum (overseas civilisations).

The Pamir loaded there in 1952 and 1956, bound for her south american voyages.


Market Place


City Hall, 1915

Roland Statue

Market Place and City Hall


Market Place and Roland statue

Norddeutscherlloyds head office


St Martin Church

St Peter Cathedral

Savings Bank


Bremen

Panorama on the Weser


Main bridge on the Weser

Boettcherstrasse

Panorama on the Weser

Main bridge on the Weser, 1909

Vinegar house

St Peter Cathedral

Stock Exchange

Maritime Museum

St Peter Cathedral, 1964

The main station

Teerhof


Hospital

Schnoor

Bürgerpark

Roland

Photos


Bremen, 1952 © (5)

Bremen, 1956 © (6)

References

(1) Bremen

(2) Bremerhaven

(3) Bremerhaven

(4) German Maritime Museum

(5) Pamir Sturmlegende

(6) H.J. Peters

The Weser valley

The voyages of the Pamir

The harbors of the Pamir

The Pamir