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Hackberry YN-20 - History

Hackberry YN-20 - History

Hackberry

A tree of the genus Celtis, distinguished by elm-like leaves and small fruit.

(YN-20: dp. 560, 1. 163'2", b. 30'6", dr. 11'8", s. 12 k.
epl. 48; a. 1 3"; cl. Aloe)

Hackberry (YN-20), originally Staple but renamed before launching 28 October 1941 by American Shipbuilding Co. Cleveland. Ohio. She was commissioned 21 December 1912, Lt. C. B. Wegner in command.

Following shakedown and training exercises out of Tompkinsville, R.I., the net tender was assigned to North African waters, reporting 12 April 1943. She operated in Palermo harbor towing and acting as cable recovery and salvage vessel. During her stay in Palermo Hackberry installed boom defenses at Catania, Sicily, and operated briefly in Naples harbor.

As the pincers were applied to the Axis in Europe, Hackberry took part in the important landings in southern France. Arriving off the beaches 15 August, the ship helped transport garrison troops from the newly-won Alpha beach to Isle du Levant. Hackberry remained in the area as Allied troops pushed forward from the beachhead, coming under fire from German shore batteries 22 August. With the capture of Toulon, the ship returned to her regular duties, clearing away the net and other harbor obstructions. Redesignated (AN-25) 20 January 1944, Hackberry operated at Toulon and Marseilles until being turned over to the French government under lendlease 12 November 1944.

Hackberry was returned to U.S. custody from lend-lease 21 March 1949 and was sold the same day to France, where she serves as Araignee.


Common hackberry

Hackberry (C. occidentalis) is a large native tree found commonly on river terraces and floodplains in southern and central Minnesota. It is related to the American elm and after the arrival of Dutch elm disease in Minnesota, hackberry often replaced American elms both in native forests and in planted landscapes.

Hackberry is used as a shade tree or a boulevard tree. It establishes easily and grows well in urban landscapes because of its wide soil adaptability and its tolerance of heat, drought, salt spray, wind, ice, and short-term flooding.

The bark of hackberry provides year-round interest in landscapes. The fruit is a popular food for birds and small mammalian wildlife. Much of the fruit remains on the tree throughout winter until it is eaten by birds.


A Brief History of Hackberry

You are facing southwest. Across 66 and the Santa Fe tracks and Truxton Wash lies the tiny town of Hackberry, which owes its name to the nearby Hackberry Mine, established in the 1870's. The original townsite and mill were way up the hill, adjacent to the ranchhouse.

When the railroad arrived in 1881, the "town moved down," establishing itself on both sides of the Truxton Wash. The town's livelihood then shifted from mining to the railroad, and it became an important shipping center for sheep and cattle.

The water tank is a reminder of the town's former importance as a watering stop for the steam locomotives, before they were replaced by the diesel in the early 1950's.

The school built in 1917, closed in 1994. Other notable landmarks are the cemetery and an old miner's cabin.

Topics. This historical marker is listed in these topic lists: Industry & Commerce &bull Settlements & Settlers. A significant historical year for this entry is 1881.


A former mining town, [5] Hackberry takes its name from the Hackberry Mine which was named for a hackberry tree in a nearby spring. [6]

Prospector Jim Music helped develop the Hackberry Silver Mine in 1875. [7] Mining of various metals developed the town, sending it from boom to bust based on fluctuating commodity prices.

The Indianapolis Monroes Iron Clad Age of June 12, 1886 includes a brief article titled "They Changed the Minds of Several" referring to an educated miner from the area.

J.J. Watts writes from Hackberry, Arizona: "The books you sent me last year have changed the minds of several to whom I loaned them. It is a pity that liberal books and papers cannot be more generally circulated and read. If they could be we should soon have more outspoken, honest men that would dare to speak their true sentiments."

Based on an article taken from the July 24, 1909 edition of the Mohave County Miner out of Kingman, Arizona, JJ Watts was an old prospector. Here is that article.

"Some time ago the report was current in Kingman that Indians had killed an old prospector, in the Wallapai mountains, first burying the body and later burning up everything of an incriminating nature. The man was supposed to be J. J. Watts, who mined and prospected in the Music mountain range many years. William Grant, the Hackberry merchant, this week received a letter from B.F. Watts, of Marshall, Oklahoma, conveying the information that J.J. Watts died at Lander, Wyoming, last winter. The man who was killed by the Indians is believed to be a stranger that came to Kingman and was lured to the mountains by the Indians by a story of a lost mine that they had found in that section. The man was killed by Willietopsy and his sons, so it is reported by the other Indians.

By 1919, infighting between the mine's owners had become litigation and the ore was beginning to be depleted. [8] The mine closed Hackberry briefly almost became a ghost town.

Various service stations in town served U.S. Route 66 travellers after the highway came to town in 1926 all were shut down after Interstate 40 in Arizona bypassed the town. Interstate 40's 69-mile path between Kingman and Seligman diverges widely from the old 82-mile Highway 66 segment between these points, leaving Hackberry stranded sixteen miles from the new highway. Hackberry Road would not even be given an off-ramp. John Grigg operated a Union 76 service station on Route 66 in Hackberry from the 1920s until his death in 1967. The Northside Grocery (established 1934) [9] and its Conoco station were among the last to close, in 1978. [10]

Hackberry almost became a ghost town again, but members of the Grigg family have lived there since the 1890s and continue to live there. Six generations of the Grigg family are buried in the Hackberry cemetery.

In 1992, itinerant artist Bob Waldmire re-opened the Hackberry General Store as a Route 66 tourism information post and souvenir shop on the former Northside Grocery site. [11]

Waldmire sold the store to John and Kerry Pritchard in 1998 [12] due to local disputes regarding the environmental and aesthetic impact of quarries, which by that time were establishing themselves in the area to remove local stone for use in landscaping. [13]


Weather in Hackberry

Location of Hackberry on Route 66

Hackberry is located in a dry region with a "cold semi-arid climate". Its altitude gives it colder winters and cooler summers than those in the neighboring desert area closer to the (lower) Colorado River.

Snow can dust the area ocassionally with around 3.7 inches (9.4 cm) yearly. Rainfall takes place 37 days per year, with 19.3 in. of rain (263 mm), with April, May and June being the driest months and August the wettest.

Average temperatures during the year: summer high (Jul) 97.8°F (36.6°C) , summer low 67.2°F (19.6°C). Winter high (Jan) 55.9°F (13.3°C), winter low 31.1°F (-0.5°C).

Tornado risk

As the town lies to the west of the Rocky Montains there are virtually no tornados in Hackberry.

Tornado Risk : read more about Tornado Risk along Route66.


French mine warfare ships

566 tk, 660 tp 60,8×8,3×3,25/3,95 m 2 MPV3, 2 k Normand, 6000 KM, 2 śr, 20 w 150 tw, 2800/10, 1900/16 1×75/65pl M06, 120 min z. 65. 1914: dod. 2×100/45 M91. 1919: 75pl à 1×47pl z. 45.

CERBERE (..11/13.7.12/..12 gr. SM, 2 esk. lekka, Atl. § 1923 §§)

PLUTON (..11/10.3.13/..13 gr. SM, 2 esk. lekka, Atl. 15: 1 F, M. Śr. 29.8.18 z‡ fr. N „Casque” § 1921 §§ 1923)

ex KN Typ „d'Iberville” (1894-95, 1913)

ex N Typ „Escopette” (1901, 19..)

ex N Typ „Arbalete” (1902-03, 19..)

ex N Typ „Claymore” (1908, 19..)

ex N Typ „Branlebas” (1907, 19..)

Typ ros. „Minin” (WBr., 1916, 1929) ex JMH

3150 ts, tp 75,2×17,3×6,4 m 2 MPV3, 6 k, 6400 KM, . śr, 14,5 w 690 tr, 4500/10 4×100/40, 2×37pl, 268 min z. 167.

CASTOR (..15/..16 ex ros. LŁ „Koźma Minin”, ex „Mikuła” 29: SM 6 półfl. OP38 § 1940 zd. 8.12.42, Bizerta: nm. s†6.5.43, Bizerta)

Typ ros. „Muromiec” (WBr., 1917, 1929) ex JMH

2461 ts, tp 64,2×15,5×6,0 m 2 MPV3, 6 k cyl., 4000 KM, 2 śr, 14 w 367 tw, 2300/8 4×100/40, 2×37pl, 236 min z. 162.

POLLUX (..15/..17 ex ros. LŁ „Ilia Muromiec”, ? 29: SM 30: OBOP Cherbourg38 3.7.40: WBr. OS)

ts, 487 tp, 396 BRT 47,3×8,35×3,00 m . . . k, KM, . śr, 10 w tw, / 1×57, 1×20pl z. 36.

PRUDENTE (..) (../..36/.. s†27.11.42, Marsylia ^ 17.2.43: nm. „Netztender 44” †14.12.43, Monako, br. OP „Untiring”, 1 t)

jw., lecz: 506 tp, 382 BRT dł. 47,8 m.

AGISSANTE (..) (../19.7.40/.. s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ 7.1.43: nm. „Netztender 43”=„Wal” s†8.44, Marsylia ^ . fr. napr. 47 11.61: „Q 333” § 28.2.63)

MORDANTE (../16.3.43/- zd. 42: nm. „Netztender 55” s†8.44, Marsylia ^ 5.45: Fr. nie napr. § 27.6.49)

350 ts, tp × × m . SD., KM, . śr, 8 w tr, / .× , .× pl z. .

450 ts, tp × × m . SD., KM, . śr, 7 w tr, / .× pl z. .

SS Typ „Le Gladiateur” (1935)

1858 ts, 2293 tp 113,0(lw)×12,7×3,50 m 2 TPm Parsons, 2 k Indret, 6000 KM, 2 śr, 18 w 399 tr, / 4×100/50, 6×20pl z. 132.

LE GLADIATEUR (. ) (..32/10.4.33/..35 M. Śr.38 s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ 30.3.43: nm. E „SG 18” †4.2.44, Tulon, sam., bl)

SS Typ am. „Aloe” (USA, 1941, 1944-..)

560 ts, 705 tp 49,7×9,3×3,2/4,8 m 1 SDe., 1000 KM, 1 śr, 12,5 w 88 tr, 7200/12 1×76/50pl, 3×20pl, 2 wbg (..) z. 48.

ARAIGNÉE (A . ) (../6.3.41 44 ex am. „Hackberry”/AN 25, ex „Maple”, ex YN 20 ? 45/70)

SCORPION (A . ) (../.9.41 44 ex am. „Yew”/AN 37, ex YN 32 ? 45/70)

TARANTULE (A . ) (../25.8.41 44 ex am. „Pepperwood”/AN 36, ex „Walnut”, ex YN 31 ? 45/70)

LOCUSTE (A . ) (../.. ex am. „?”/AN . ex YN ..)

LUCIOLE (A 777) (../16.3.41 ex am. „Sandalwood”/AN 32, ex YN 27 § 27.12.79)

SS Typ nm. „Karl Meyer” (Nm., 1940-41, 1946-48) ex OBW

1157 ts, 1351 tp 78,0×10,8×3,65 m 4 SD12 MAN, 8800 KM, 2 śr, 21,5 w 138 tr, 4600/16, 3350/18,5 2×40pl z. . PG 19. 1×105, 2×40pl, 2×20pl.

COMMANDANT ROBERT GIRAUD (A 755) (../..41 8.46 ex nm. OBW „Immelmann” § 1963 †5.77, 200 Mm na W od Bretanii, jako cel lotn.)

PAUL GOFFENY (A . ) (../..40 2.48 ex nm. OBW „Max Stinsky” . OH)

SS Typ nm. „Greif” (Nm., 1937, 1948) ex ORL

800 ts, 1000 tp 72,0×10,6×2,65/3,00 m 2 SD12 MAN, 4400 KM, 2 VS, 16 w 40 tr, 2800/13 2×40pl, dźwig 13 t z. 63.

MARCEL LE BIHAN, 1.1.78: GUSTAVE ZÉDÉ (A 759) (../..36 2.48 ex nm. „Greif”)

500 ts, 750 tp 46, ×10,2×3,2 m . SD., 1600 KM, . śr, 12 w tr, 5200/12 1×40pl, 4×20pl z. 45.

ex TR Typ am. „Bluebird” (195., 1968)

OZ Typ „La Persévérante” (1969)

446 ts, 626 tp 43,5×10,0×2,8 m 2 SDe. Baudouin, 720 KM, 1 śr, 10 w tr, 4000/10 bez uzbr. rn z. 30.

LA PERSÉVÉRANTE (Y 750) (..67/..68/..69)

LA FIDELE (Y 751) (..67/..68/..69 ? 94/97)

840 ts, 905 tp 54,0×10,6×4,4 m 2 SDe. MGO, 1400 KM, 1 śr, 12 w tr, 5200/12 bez uzbr. rn z. 41.

255 tk, tp 34,0×6,8×2,4 m 1 MPV3, . k, 600 KM, 1 śr, 12 w tw, / 2×47 z. .

PIOCHE (. ) (..13/../..14 2.15 Dardanele § 1923)

RATEAU (. ) (..13/../..14 2.15 Dardanele § 1923)

124 tk, tp × × m 1 MP. 1 k, 170 KM, 1 śr, 9 w tr, / 1×75 z. .

CAMELIA (. ) (../../.. . H s†27.11.42, Tulon)

DATURA (. ) (../../.. . H zd. 42: nm. s†8.44, Tulon)

112 tk, tp × × m . SD., 220 KM, . śr, 9,5 w tr, / 1×75 z. .

154 ts, tp × × m . MP. 1 k, 300 KM, 1 śr, 9 w tr, / 1×90 lub 1×75 z. .

FLAMBANT (. ) (../../..18 . s/tr „Maréchal Foch”)

78 tk, tp × × m . MP. . k, 160 KM, . śr, 9 w tr, / 1× z. .

80 tk, tp × × m 1 SD., 325 KM, . śr, 13 w tr, / .× z. .

370 tk, tp 41,0×7,3×3,2 m 1 MP. . k, 425 KM, . śr, 11 w tr, / .× z. .

GROGNARD (. ) (../../.. sprz. 22: hisz. D „Tetuan”)

POILU (. ) (../../.. sprz. 22: hisz. D „Larache”)

RENGAGE (. ) (../../.. sprz. 22: hisz. D „Alcazar”)

VETERAN (. ) (../../.. sprz. 20: st. pilotowy)

BOMBARDIER (. ) (../../.. sprz. 22: s/tr)

354 ts, 360 tk, tp 57,6×7,9×1,9/2,3 m 1 MP.. Cochot, 1 k Belleville, 600 KM, 1 śr, 12,5 w tw, / 1×65 z. 63.

GRANIT (. ) (../../..19 Tulon38 s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ . nm. „SG 26” . OB ?)

354 ts, 380 tk, tp 57,6×7,9×1,9/2,3 m 1 MP.. Cochot, 1 k cyl., 500 KM, 1 śr, 10,5 w 90 tw, / 1×65 z. 63.

ALBATRE (. ) (../../..19 sprz. 20: s/s bzn)

MEULIERE (. ) (../../..19 Tulon38 b†24.5.41, Ajaccio)

PYRITE (. ) (../../..19 †26, Madagaskar)

QUARTZ (. ) (../../..19 Bizerta38 § 1939)

ex N Typ „Téméraire” (1911, 1926)

630 ts, 750 tk, 895 tp 78,3×8,7×2,40/3,28 m 2 SD6 Sulzer, 4000 KM, 2 śr, 20 w (4600=..) 100 tr, 10000/9, 4000/15 2×100/60pl2, 8×13,2pl1×4,2×2, 2 mbg, 1 wbg (..) z. 88/106. WFr.: 2×102pl2, 1-3×40-76pl, 6-14×12,7-20pl.. 1946/47: 2×105pl, 1×40pl, 4-6×20pl.

ÉLAN (. . A 19, 50: F 748) (../27.7.38/.. 6.41 Syria 6.41-12.44 int., Turcja §§ 26.3.58)

COMMANDANT DUBOC (. . A 17, 50: F 743) (../16.1.38/.. 3.7.40: WBr. . WFr. 7-23.9.40 b. Dakar §§ 7.63)

COMMANDANT RIVIERE (..) (../../.. § zd. 8.12.42, Bizerta: wł. K „FR 52” †28.5.43, Livorno, am. sam., bl §§ 9.8.46)

COMMANDANT BORY (. . A 11, 50: F 740) (../26.1.39/.. §§ 17.2.53)

COMMANDANT DELAGE (. . A 12, 50: F 741) (../25.2.39/.. 8.11.42 Casablanka §§ 18.10.60)

LA CAPRICIEUSE (. . A 16, 50: F 745) (../19.4.39/.. 3.7.40: WBr. §§ 9.64)

COMMANDANT DOMINÉ (. . A 15, 50: F 742) (../2.5.39/.. ex „La Rieuse” 3.7.40: WBr. . WFr. 7-23.9.40 b. Dakar §§ 10.60)

LA BOUDEUSE (. . A 18, 50: F 744) (../.9.39/.. §§ 15.4.58)

LA GRACIEUSE (. . A 14, 50: F 746) (../30.11.39/.. 8.11.42 Casablanka §§ 11.9.58)

LA MOQUEUSE (. . A 13, 50: F 747) (../21.1.40/.. 3.7.40: WBr. . WFr. §§ 10.65)

LA BATAILLEUSE (..) (..37/22.8.39/.3.40 zd. 8.12.42, Bizerta: wł. K „FR 51” s†9.9.43, Spezia ^ 2.44: nm. „SG 23” 7.44: „UJ 2231” ws. 7.44 s†25.4.45, Genua)

L'IMPETUEUSE (..) (..38/15.1.40/.5.40 s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ . wł. K „FR 54” napr. nie u. zd. 9.9.43, Tulon: nm. „SG 17” napr. nie u. ‡24.11.43, Tulon, sam., bl s†7.8.44, Marsylia §§ 1945)

LA CURIEUSE (..) (..38/11.11.39/..40 17.6.40 † wł. OP „Provana” s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ 4.43: wł. K „FR 55” napr. nie u. zd. 9.9.43, Tulon: nm. „SG 16” ‡24.11.43, Tulon, sam., bl § 19.8.44 s†22.8.44, Marsylia §§ 1945)

647 ts, 917 tp 78,3×8,7×2,88 m 2 SD6 Sulzer, 4000 KM, 2 śr, 20 w 105 tr, 10000/9, 5200/15, 3000/18 1×100 lub 2×90pl, 8×13,2pl., 2 mbg, 1 wbg (..) z. 100. WFr.: 2×102pl, 1-3×37-76pl, 6-14×12,7-25pl.. w 1945: A,G: 2×90pl, 1×40pl, 6×20pl., 6 mbg (..) CHE: 2×100pl, 8×20pl., 6 mbg (..) CHA,LS,CDP,B,CD,CAD: 2×105pl, 2×40pl., 4×20pl., 6 mbg (..). 1946/47: 2×105pl, 1×40pl, 4-6×20pl.

CHAMOIS (..) (../../.. s†27.11.42, Tulon ^ . wł. „FR 53” zd. 9.43: nm. „?” †15.8.44, Tulon, am. sam., bl)

ANNAMITE (. A 09, 50: F 734) (../17.6.39/.. 61: mar. „El Lahiq” 67: fr. ?)

CHEVREUIL (. A 10, 50: F 735) (../17.6.39/.. 7.40: WBr. . WFr. 13.10.59: tun. K „Destour” 72: hulk)

GAZELLE (. A 08, 50: F 736) (../17.6.39/.. 57: OS §§ 8.3.61)

LA SURPRISE (..) (../../.. ex „Bambaro” 8.11.42 Oran †8.11.42, koło Oranu, br. N „Brilliant”, 55†)

AMIRAL SÉNES (..39/..42/- zd. 11.42: nm. „SG 21”=„Bernd von Arnim” ws. 28.3.44 †15.8.44, rej. St. Tropez, okr. br. i am.)

ENSEIGNE BALLANDE (..39/../- zd. 11.42: nm. „SG 22” s†20.8.44, Port de Bouc)

MATELOT LEBLANC (..39/10.7.42/- zd. 11.42: nm. „SG 41” 15.5.43: „SG 14” ws. 5.6.43 †24.8.44, na S od Capri, sam., 2 bl)

RAGEOT DE LA TOUCHE (..39/2.9.42/- zd. 11.42: nm. „SG 42” 3.10.43: „SG 15” ws. 3.10.43 16.5.44: „UJ 2229” †22.5.44, rej. Genui, br. OP „Universal”, . t)

ALFRED DE COURCY, . COMMANDANT DE PIMODAN (A 06, 50: F 739) (../..41/.. bud. wst. 40 podj. 45 § 1966)

L'AMBITIEUSE, . BISSON (A 05, 50: F 737) (../6.3.46/.. bud. wst. 40 podj. 45 § 1964)

LA PRENEUSE, . COMMANDANT DUCUING (../../- bud. wst. 40 podj. 45 zam. an. 48)

LA VICTORIEUSE, . COMMANDANT AMYOT D'INVILLE (A 07, 50: F 738) (../..41/.. bud. wst. 40 podj. 45 § 1965)

AMIRAL DUPERRE (..//- bud. wst. 40)

AMIRAL GOURDON (..//- bud. wst. 40)

ENSEIGNE BISON (..//- bud. wst. 40)

LA MALICIEUSE (..//- bud. wst. 40)

207 ts, tp 41,45×7,5×1,8/2,36 m 2 SD. General Motors, 800 KM, 2 śr, 12 w 16 tr, 2000/12 1×76pl, 2×20pl., 2 wbg (..) z. 50.

D 201, . D 351, . ? (../31.12.41 3.44 ex am. „YMS 23”)

D 202 (../.. 3.44 ex am. „YMS 77” †25.10.44, koło Marsylii, 1 mina)

D 211, . D 352, . ? (../28.2.42 3.44 ex am. „YMS 26”)

D 212, . D 353, . ? (../23.5.42 3.44 ex am. „YMS 31”)

D 311, . ?AMARANTE (D 01, 50: M 641) (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 34”)

D 312, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 63”)

D 313, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 58”)

D 315, . AUBÉPINE (D 05, 50: M 657) (../21.3.42 10.44 ex am. „YMS 28” 11.2.54: wiet. „Ham Tu” § 1958)

D 316, . ?BALSAMINE (D 06, 50: M 653) (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 37”)

D 317, . ?BASILIC (D 07, 50: M 644) (../13.6.42 10.44 ex am. „YMS 13”)

D 318, . BELLADONE (D 08, 50: M 658) (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 78” 11.2.54: wiet. „Bach Dang” § 1963)

D 321, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 36”)

D 322, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 16”)

D 323, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 62”)

D 324, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 43”)

D 325, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 82”)

D 326, . DIGITALE (D 13, 50: M 655) (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 83” 11.2.54: wiet. „Chuong Dong” § 1964)

D 327, . ? (../1.11.41 10.44 ex am. „YMS 20”)

D 331, . ? (../.. 9.44 ex am. „YMS 55”)

D 332, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 18”)

D 333, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 27”)

D 334, . ? (../13.4.42 10.44 ex am. „YMS 3”)

D 335, . JASMIN (D 20, 50: M 663) (../10.4.42 10.44 ex am. „YMS 29” 65: mad. „Jasmine” § 1976)

D 336, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 64”)

D 337, . MARJOLAINE (D 23, 50: M 656) (../.. 9.44 ex am. „YMS 69” sprz. 18.2.61: mad. „Tanamasoandro” § 1968)

D 338, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 15”)

D 271, . D 354, . ? (../.. 3.44 ex am. „YMS 207”)

D 272, . D 355, . ? (../.. 3.44 ex am. „YMS 208”)

D 273, . D 356, . ? (../.. 3.44 ex am. „YMS 227”)

D 301, . ? (../.. 8.44 ex am. „YMS 169”)

D 314, . ? (../.. 10.44 ex am. „YMS 226”)

45/48 nazwy:, ANÉMONE (D 02, 50: M 665), ARMOISE (D 03, 50: M 642), ASPHODELE (D 04, 50: M 643), CAMPANULE (D 09, 50: M 661), CAPUCINE (D 10, 50: M 654), CLÉMATITE (D 11, 50: M 647), DAHLIA (D 12, 50: M 645), GENET (D 14, 50: M 651), GENTIANE (D 15, 50: M 648), GÉRANIUM (D 16, 50: M 666), GLYCINE (D 17), HÉLIOTROPE (D 18, 50: M 662), HORTENSIA (D 19, 50: M 659), JONQUILLE (D 21, 50: M 660), LOTUS (D 22), MYOSOTIS (D 24), PERCE-NEIGE (D 25, 50: M 664), PÉTUNIA (D 26, 50: M 646), . TIARE, PIMPRENELLE (D 27, 50: M 649), PRIMEVERE (D 28, 50: M 650), TIARE (D 29), ZINNIA (D 30, 50: M 652), . LOTUS.

Typ br. „Castle” (WBr., 1918, 1944) ex D/TR

360 tk, 547 tp 40,8×7,2×3,66 m 1 MPV3, 1 k cyl., 480 KM, 1 śr, 10,5 w 164 tw, / 1×76pl z. 18.

WILLIAM CARR à NAZARETH (FY 1815) (../..18 44 ex br. TRp bzn, zd. 3.7.40 ex fr. s/tr bzn, ex „Jacques II”, ex br. D/TR „William Carr” ?)

Typ br. „MMS 1” (WBr., 1940-42, 1944-45)

D 241* à D 361 (…) (..40/..41 44 ex br. „MMS 21” 10.47: br. § 1948)

D 242* à D 362 (…) (..41/7.3.42 44 ex br. „MMS 184” 10.47: br. § 1948)

D 251 à D 363 (…) (..41/14.5.41 44 ex br. „MMS 47” 10.47: br. § 1950)

D 252 à D 364 (…) (..40/5.9.40 44 ex br. „MMS 9” 10.47: br. § 6.4.48)

D 261 à D 365 (…) (..41/23.8.41 44 ex br. „MMS 116” 10.47: br. § ok. 1948)

D 262 à D 366 (…) (..41/5.2.42 44 ex br. „MMS 118” 10.47: br. 48: m/s „Alo” 52: „Krii”)

D 291* à D 367 (…) (..41/6.9.41 44 ex br. „MMS 133” 10.47: br. § 12.47)

D 292* à D 368 (…) (..41/5.1.42 44 ex br. „MMS 134” 10.47: br. §)

D 371 (…) (..42/30.5.42 45 ex br. „MMS 221” 47: br. § 5.3.48)

D 372 (…) (..42/..42 45 ex br. „MMS 202” 47: br. § 1947)

D 373 (…) (..42/16.5.42 45 ex br. „MMS 220” 47: br. § 10.47)

D 374 (…) (..41/18.2.42 45 ex br. „MMS 91” 47: br. § 1948)

D 375 (…) (..42/29.6.42 45 ex br. „MMS 67” 47: br. § 30.1.48)

D 376 (…) (..42/2.6.42 45 ex br. „MMS 204” 47: br. § 16.2.48)

D 377 (…) (..41/..41 45 ex br. „MMS 49” 47: br. §)

D 378 (…) (..42/1.7.42 45 ex br. „MMS 213” 47: br. § 10.47)

Typ br. „MMS 1001” (WBr., 1943-44, 1945-46)

360 ts, 430 tp 42,7×8,5×3,15/3,8 m 1 SD6 National Gas & Oil (*5 Fairbanks Morse), 500 KM, 1 śr, 10 w 54 tr, / 2×20/70pl Oerlikon, 4 kmpl2 z. 21/24.

D 341* (…) (..43/7.2.44 45 ex br. „MMS 1069” § 1946)

D 345* (…) (..44/24.5.44 45 ex br. „MMS 1070” 46: br. 47: m/s „Admiral Grenville” . „Polarfisk”)

D 341 (…) (..42/..43 46 ex br. „MMS 1039” 10.47: br. § 7.7.48)

D 342 (…) (..42/23.3.43 46 ex br. „MMS 1032” 10.47: br. § 4.4.51)

D 343 (…) (..42/6.3.43 46 ex br. „MMS 1024” 10.47: m/s „Claire-Joelle” 52: „Iyldyz”)

D 344 (…) (..43/29.10.43 46 ex br. „MMS 1040” 10.47: br. § 18.2.48)

D 345 (…) (..43/21.5.43 46 ex br. „MMS 1033” 10.47: br. § 23.2.48)

D 346 (…) (..42/25.3.42 46 ex br. „MMS 1036” 10.47: br. § 2.4.51)

Typ nm. „1935” („M 1”) (Nm., 1937-40, 1947)

682 ts, 294 tp 68,1×8,7×2,12/2,70 m 2 MPLS, 2 k Wagner lub La Mont, 3200 KM, 2 śr, 18,2 w 143 tr, 5000/10, 1000/17 2×105/45, 2×37pl, 6×20pl., 30 min, .. bg z. 95/118.

SOMME (A 22, 50: M 603) (20.3.37/16.11.37 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 9” § 8.3.60: hulk „Q 204” §§ 1966)

AILETTE (A 20, 50: M 605) (31.7.39/12.10.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 24” § 22.11.56: hulk „Q 76” sprz. 10.11.56 8.2.57: nm. „Wespe” § 20.9.63: OC ‡22.10.73, 45 Mm na NW od Helgolandu, nm. N „Z 4” s†25.10.73, 35 Mm na W od Helgolandu, nm. N „Z 4”)

Q 108 (15.8.36/16.10.37 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 4” § 7.8.48: hulk §§ po 1972)

Typ nm. „1938” („M 25”) (Nm., 1940, 1947)

ts, 713 tk, 908 tp 71,0×9,2×2,12/ m 2 MPLS, 2 k Wagner lub La Mont, 3200 KM, 2 VS, 18,1 w 155 tr, 5000/10 2×105/45, 3×20pl, 30 min z. 97.

MEUSE (A 23, 50: M 601) (29.12.39/30.7.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 28” § 14.1.57: hulk „Q 79” † Brest, jako falochron)

BAPAUME (A 29) (13.4.40/9.11.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 35” § 23.7.52 §§)

Typ nm. „1939” („M 37”) (Nm., 1940-41, 1947)

785 ts, 898 tp 68,4×8,7×2,12/2,70 m 2 MPLS, 2 k Wagner lub La Mont, 3200 KM, 2 śr, 18,2 w 143 tr, 5000/10 2×105/45, 2×37pl, 6×20pl., 30 min, .. bg z. 95/118.

OISE (A 24, 50: M 602) (4.5.40/28.2.41 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 38” § 24.2.58: hulk „Q 90” §§)

LAFFAUX (A 30, 50: M 607) (../20.12.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 81” § 22.11.56: hulk „Q 75” sprz. 10.11.56 29.2.57: nm. „Hummel” § 5.10.63: OC b†12.66, Fano, sztorm ^ 4/5.67 §§ 19.3.76, Kilonia)

YSER (A 25, 50: M 604) (../6.12.41 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 85” § 22.12.56: hulk „Q 78” sprz. 10.11.56 12.2.57: nm. „Brummer” § 9.6.66: hulk „Leckwehr” §§ 8.4.74, Kilonia)

CRAONNE (A 31) (.3.40/29.4.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 202” § 27.6.51 §§)

BELFORT (A 26, 50: M 606) (4.10.40/3.5.41 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 205” § 22.11.56: hulk „Q 74” sprz. 10.11.56 28.2.57: nm. „Biene” § 20.9.63 28.5.68: OS, hulk §§ 8.7.74, Kilonia)

PÉRONNE (A 27) (12.1.40/12.7.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 251” § 27.6.51 §§)

ANCRE (A 21) (28.3.40/27.9.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „M 252” 8.12.47: OS nawig. § 28.7.60: hulk „Q 199” §§ 1965)

VIMY (A 28, 50: M 608) (../23.11.40 9.10.47 ex nm. „V 5502”, ex „M 253” § 22.11.56: hulk „Q 77” sprz. 10.11.56 12.2.57: nm. „Bremse” § 5.10.63: OC §§ 24.8.76, Wilhelmshaven)

Typ nm. „1940” („M 261”) (Nm., 1942-43, 1947-48)

543 ts, 637 tk, 775 tp 62,3×8,9×2,10/2,82 m 2 MPV3+2 TP Bauer-Wach, 2 k Marine-Schulz, 1800+900 KM, 2 śr, 16,8 w (2615=17,2) 166 tw, 4000/10 1×105/45, 1×37pl, 7×20pl. z. 68/75.

ANCRE (. ) (../25.5.43 7.7.47 ex nm. „M 275” OS nawig. § 8.12.47: OS-hulk „Lucifer” §§ 12.5.60)

SUIPPE (50: M 610) (19.4.41/7.3.42 10.47 ex nm. „M 432” § 15.6.53 §§)

MARNE (50: M 609) (15.5.41/17.8.42 10.47 ex nm. „M 442” § 19.6.57: hulk „Q 93”)

AISNE (. ) (../19.12.42 10.47 ex nm. „M 452” § 7.4.52: hulk „Q 109” po 58 ??)

Q 88 (. ) (25.6.41/3.10.42 47 ex nm. „M 476” § 7.8.48: hulk §§ 1956)

Q 109 (. ) (../25.11.43 46 ex nm. „M 277” § 7.4.48: hulk 12.5.60: OS-hulk „Lucifer” §§ 4.10.67)

Q 110 (. ) (21.4.41/14.10.42 48 ex nm. „M 404” § 7.8.48: hulk §§ 11.72)

Q 111 (. ) (2.5.41/29.8.42 47 ex nm. „M 475” § 21.8.48: hulk po 56 ??)

ex ŚOP Typ am. „SC 449” (194.-4., 19..)

Typ kan. „Gaspe” (Kan., 1951-53, 1954)

ts, 390 tk, 412 tp 46,3×8,5×2,6 m 2 SD12V General Motors, 2400 KM, 2 śr, 15 w 52 tr, 2500/10 1×40pl z. 40.

LA DUNKERQUOISE (M 726, 6.: P 653) (../.4.53 ex kan. „Fundy” zak. 54 § 1986)

LA MALOUINE (M 727, 6.: P 651) (../12.11.51 ex kan. „Cowichan” zak. 54 § 1977)

LA BAYONNAISE (M 728, 6.: P 654) (../21.6.52 ex kan. „Chignecto” zak. 54 § 1976)

LA PAIMPOLAISE (M 729, 6.: P 657) (../17.7.52 ex kan. „Thunder” zak. 54 § 1987)

LA DIEPPOISE (M 730, 6.: P 655) (../21.6.52 ex kan. „Chaleur” zak. 54 § 1987)

LA LORIENTAISE (M 731, 6.: P 652) (../.10.52 ex kan. „Miramichi” zak. 54 § 1986)

Typ br. „Ham” (WBr., 1952-59, 1954-55)

120 ts, 159 tp 32,5×6,6×1,6 m 2 SD12V Davey Paxman, 1100 KM, 2 śr, 14 w tr, 2350/9 1×40pl lub 1×20pl rn 978 z. 15.

TULIPE (M 771, 7.: A 737) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Frettenham”, ex „Golden Cuckoo” 7.: JP § 84/86)

ARMOISE (M 772, 7.: A 741) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Wexham” 7.: JP § 197.)

VIOLETTE (M 773, 7.: P 788) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Mersham” 7.: PP § 84/86)

OEILLET (M 774, 7.: A 739) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Isham”, ex „Red Dove” 7.: JP § 84/86)

PAQUERETTE (M 775, 7.: A 742, 76: P 789) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Kingham”, ex „Blue Dove” 7.: JP 76: PP § 84/86)

JASMIN (M 776, 7.: P 661) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Stedham” 7.: PP §§ 1989)

AUBÉPINE (M 781) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Rendlesham” § 197.)

CAPUCINE (M 782, 7.: A 738) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Petersham” 7.: JP § 84/86)

HORTENSIA (M 783, 7.: A 740) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Mileham” 7.: JP § 84/86)

GÉRANIUM (M 784, 7.: P 784) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Tibenham” 7.: PP § 84/86)

HIBISCUS (M 785, 7.: A 735) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Sparham” 7.: JP §§ 1989)

DAHLIA (M 786, 7.: A 736) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Whippingham” 7.: JP § 84/86)

JONQUILLE (M 787, 7.: P 787) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Sulham” 7.: PP § 84/86)

MYOSOTIS (M 788, 7.: A 710) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Riplingham” 7.: ON § 84/86)

PÉTUNIA (M 789, 7.: P 662) (../.. 54/55 ex br. „Pincham” 7.: PP § 84/86)

360 ts, 400 tp 44,3×8,1×2,1/2,54 m 2 SD. General Motors, 1000 KM, 2 śr, 14 w tr, 2500/10 2×20pl2 sa UQS-1 z. 39.

PAVOT (M 631) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 69/70: USA 24.3.70: tur. „Selcuk”)

PERVENCHE (M 632) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1980)

PIVOINE (M 633) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 65: JP § 1993)

RENONCULE (M 634) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 69/70: USA 24.3.70: tur. „Seyhan”)

RÉSÉDA (M 635) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1992)

ACACIA (M 638) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1992)

ACANTHE (M 639) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1981)

ACONIT (M 640), 67: MARJOLAINE (../../.. ex am. AMS . 7.77: tun. „Sousse” § 1988)

AJONC (M 667, 74: A 701) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 74: ON § 1988)

AZALÉE (M 668) (../../.. ex am. AMS . §§ 1985)

BÉGONIA (M 669) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 74: USA)

BLEUET (M 670) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1977)

CAMÉLIA (M 671) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1980)

CHRYSANTHEME (M 672) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1977)

COQUELICOT (M 673) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 73: tun. „Hannibal” § 1988)

CYCLAMEN (M 674) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1993)

EGLANTINE (M 675) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 65: JP § 7.1.83 §§ 1985)

GARDÉNIA (M 676, . A 711) (../../.. ex am. AMS . . OBKTR § 86/88)

GIROFLÉE (M 677) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1977)

GLAIEUL (M 678) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 74: USA)

GLYCINE (M 679) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1993)

JACINTHE (M 680, 68: A 680) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 68: SM § 1982)

LAURIER (M 681) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1980)

LILAS (M 682) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1981)

LISERON (M 683, . A 723) (../../.. ex am. AMS . . OBKTR § 86/88)

LOBÉLIA (M 684) (../../.. ex am. AMS . 65: JP § 1981)

MAGNOLIA (M 685, . A 770) (../../.. ex am. AMS . . OBKTR § 86/88)

MARGUERITE (M 686) (../../.. ex am. AMS 94 69: USA 10.11.69: ur. „Rio Negro” § 1990)

MIMOSA (M 687) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1981)

MUGUET (M 688) (../../.. ex am. AMS . § 1981)

2 okręty (nie przekazane . Jap.)

ex am. AMS 66-71, AMS 83-87, AMS 93,94, AMS 96-99, AMS 113-120, AMS 123-126, AMS 141,142.

Typ am. „Agile/Acme” (USA, 1953-54, 1954-57)

637 ts, 735 tp 52,3×10,4×2,90/3,35 m 4 SD. General Motors, 2280 KM, 2 śr, 15 w, *3040 KM, 15,5 w tr, 2400/12 1×40pl sa UQS-1 z. 70/74. 19. sa DUBM-41B. NM: ppw PAP-104.

NARVIK (M 611, 76: A 769) (../../.. ex am. AM 505 76: OE)

ALENÇON (M 612) (../../.. ex am. AM 450 § 1993)

BERNEVAL (M 613) (../../.. ex am. AM 454 § 1987)

BIR HAKEIM (M 614) (../../.. ex am. AM 475 70: USA 9.74: ur. „Maldonado” § 1979)

CANTHO (M 615) (../../.. ex am. AM 476 75/79: NM § 1989)

DOMPAIRE (M 616) (../../.. ex am. AM 500 75/79: NM § 1987)

GARIGLIANO (M 617) (../../.. ex am. AM 501 75/79: NM § 1988)

MYTHO (M 618) (../../.. ex am. AM 502 65: JP 75/79: NM § 1987)

BERLAIMONT (M 620) (../../.. ex am. AM 453 § 1989)

AUTUN (M 622) (../../.. ex am. AM 451 § 1978 §§ 85/86)

BACCARAT (M 623) (../../.. ex am. AM 452 § 1993)

COLMAR (M 624) (../../.. ex am. AM 477 § 1978 §§ 85/86)

jw., lecz: 680 ts, 820 tp 53,7×11,0×3,0/4,3 m 2 SD. General Motors, 2800 KM, 2 śr, 15 w tr, 3000/10 1×40pl, 2×12,7pl.

ORIGNY (M 621, 62: A 640) (../../.. ex am. AM 512 mod. 61-62: OBad)

OUISTREHAM (M 610) (../../.. ex am. AM 513 § 1994)

VINH LONG (M 619) (../../.. ex am. AM 514 75/79: NM § 1988)

365 ts, 424 tp 46,4×8,6×2,1/2,5 m 2 TG Alsthom lub Rateau-Bretagne (*SD. Sigma), 2000 KM, 1 SDe., 500 KM, 2 śr, 15 w tr, 3000/10 1×40pl, 1-2×20pl z. 38.

ANTARES (M 703, 73: P 703) (../21.1.54/.. 73: PP § 1978)

ALDEBARAN (M 705) (../27.6.53/.. § 72/73 §§ 1973)

REGULUS (M 706) (../18.11.52/.. § 72/74)

VEGA (M 707, 73: P 707) (../14.1.53/.. 73: PP @ 77 § 1979 §§ 1982)

CASTOR (M 708) (../19.11.53/.. § 72/74)

POLLUX (M 709) (../16.7.54/.. 70: USA)

CROIX DU SUD* (M 734, 60: P 658) (../13.6.56/.. 60: PP 20.1.79: sesz. „Topaz”)

ETOILE POLAIRE* (M 735, 73: P 660) (../5.3.57/.. 73: PP § 1981)

ALTAIR (M 736, 60: P 656) (../27.3.54/.. 60: PP § 20.12.82)

CAPRICORNE (M 737) (../8.8.56/.. § 1988)

CASSIOPÉE (M 740) (../16.11.53/.. § 1977)

ERIDAN (M 741, 73: P 741), . ALDEBARAN (../18.5.54/.. 73: PP § 1980 §§ 1982)

ORION (M 742) (../20.11.53/.. 70: USA)

SAGITTAIRE (M 743, 73: P 743) (../12.1.55/.. 73: PP § 25.1.80 §§ 1982)

ACHERNAR (M 744) (../12.8.54/.. 71: USA)

PROCYON (M 745) (../12.12.54/.. 70: USA)

ARCTURUS* (M 746, 60: P 650) (../12.3.54/.. 60: PP § 1981)

BETELGEUSE* (M 747, 77: A 747) (../12.7.54/.. 77: OE § 1987)

PERSÉE (M 748) (../23.5.55/.. § 72/73 §§ 1973)

PHÉNIX* (M 749) (../23.5.55/.. . OOR § 1992)

BELLATRIX (M 750) (../21.7.55/.. § 1975)

DENEBOLA (M 751) (../12.7.56/.. § 1975)

CENTAURE (M 752) (../8.3.55/.. 71: USA)

FOMALHAUT (M 753) (../24.4.55/.. 70: USA)

CANOPUS* (M 754 73: P 659) (../31.12.53/.. 73: PP § 1986)

CAPELLA* (M 755) (../6.9.55/.. z‡4.87 § 1987)

VERSEAU* (M 757) (../26.4.56/.. §§ 1991)

ARIES* (M 758) (../13.3.56/.. 28.11.74: mar. „Tawfiq” § 1986)

LYRE* (M 759) (../3.5.56/.. @ 77 § 1981)

365 ts, 400 tp 44,4×8,3×2,1/4,0 m 2 SD. MTU, 4000 KM, 2 śr, 15 w tr, 3000/15 2×20pl2 z. 48. 1980: 2 SD. MGO, 5000 KM tr, 6200/10 2×20pl, 2×12,7pl2 rn z. 37.

MERCURE (M 765, 80: P 765) (..55/21.2.57/..58 mod. 78-80: OOR § 1990)

460 ts, 510 tp 50,9×8,9×2,45/3,6 m 1 SD. MTU, 1800 KM, 1 śr, 15 w tr, 3000/12 1×20pl 2 ppw PAP-104 rn 1229, sa DUBM-20A z. 45.

CYBELLE (M 712) (../2.3.72/28.9.72 sprz. 97: tur. „Edincik”)

CALLIOPE (M 713) (../20.10.71/28.9.72 sprz. 97: tur. „Edremit”)

CLIO (M 714) (../10.6.71/18.5.72 sprz. 97: tur. „Enez”)

CIRCÉ (M 715) (../15.12.70/18.5.72 sprz. 97: tur. „Erdek”)

CÉRES (M 716) (../10.8.72/8.3.73 sprz. 97: tur. „Erdemli”)

NM Typ „Tripartite” („Eridan”) (1984-97)

511 ts, 562 tk, 595 tp 51,6×9,0×2,64/3,5 m 1 SD12V Brons-Werkspoor, 1900 KM, 1 śr, 15 w, 2 SE, 480 KM, 2 Sch, 7 w tr, 3000/12 1×20pl, 2×12,7pl tkt, tak AP-4, 2 ppw PAP-104 rn 1229, sa DUBM-21B z. 55. 2003/05: sh Thales 2022.

ERIDAN (M 641) (20.12.77/2.2.79/16.4.84)

CASSIOPÉE (M 642) (26.3.79/28.9.81/5.5.84)

ANDROMEDE (M 643) (6.3.80/22.5.82/19.10.84 mod. ..-17.2.03)

PÉGASE (M 644) (22.10.80/23.4.83/30.5.85)

ORION (M 645) (17.8.81/6.2.85/14.1.86)

CROIX DU SUD (M 646) (22.4.82/6.2.85/14.11.86)

LYRE (M 648) (14.10.83/15.11.86/21.12.87)

PERSÉE (M 649) (30.10.84/19.3.88/4.11.88)

SAGITTAIRE (M 650) (13.11.85/9.11.88/28.7.89 sprz. 24.9.92 11.92: pak. „Munsif”)

SAGITTAIRE (M 650) (31.7.93/..95/..95)

jw., lecz (Belg., 1985-91) 1×20pl z. 49.

VERSEAU (M 651) (20.5.86/21.4.87 ex belg. „Iris” zak. 4.97)

CEPHEÉ (M 652) (28.10.85/23.9.87 ex belg. „Fuchsia” zak. 6.97)

CAPRICORNE (M 653) (15.4.85/26.2.87 ex belg. „Dianthus” zak. 8.97)

Batiments-bases de plongeurs-démineurs

409 ts, 490 tp 41,6×7,5×3,2 m 2 SD16V SACM, 2200 KM, 2 śr, 13,7 w tr, 7400/9 1×12,7pl rn 1226 z. 15+12.

Batiment anti-mines océaniques

830 ts, 905 tp 52,0×14,8×3,6 m 2 SD., 2720 KM, 2 śr, 15 w tr, 5000/10 1×20pl, 2×12,7pl 1-2 ppw PAP-104 rn DUBM-42, sa z. 46.

NARVIK (M 651) (..89/22.3.91/.. ? 94/97)

BIR HAKEIM (M 653) (zam. an. 92)

GARIGLIANO (M 655) (zam. an. 92)

BERLAIMONT (M 656) (zam. an. 92)

Batiments remorqueurs de sonars de surveillance des fonds

245 ts, 340 tp 28,3×7,7×3,8 m 1 SD. Baudouin, 800 KM, 1 śr, 10 w tr, 3600/10 bez uzbr. rn, sh DUBM-41B z. 10+15.


Hackberry YN-20 - History

Welcome to our historic stop on Route 66 in Arizona. at mile marker 80. A few changes have taken place in 2016 as John and Kerry Pritchard have retired to live the quiet life here in Hackberry. Max, the lovable rescue dog and Rudy, the donkey, have also retired from their “jobs” as greeters to anyone kind enough to pet them. John could not part with his red 1957 Chevrolet Corvette, so unfortunately the era of that lovely car always in front of the store has come to a close. John gave the Corvette convertible to his son.

Amy Franklin, a resident of Hackberry since 1999 is the new owner and caretaker of the fantastic lifelong collection John and Kerry left in her trust. Take some time to peruse the many maps, books, signs and artifacts relating to historic Route 66. Be certain to check out our decorated restrooms. The men’s room is still in process of being completed, but be assured all the “girls” will be back on the walls soon! A 1990 Chevrolet Corvette now stands in front of the store,, wrapped in the American Flag. This beautiful work was done by LasVegasCarWraps.com.

Although the 1990 ‘Vette is not as precious as John’s ’57 was but it is over 25 years old, which makes it an antique. We hope you enjoy snapping pictures of it.

You may see our new addition, “Charlie” an orange and white cat who adopted us last September, sleeping on our old police car or in the shade on an old Coca Cola cooler outside. He is friendly but once he rolls over on his back he may playfully grab your hand with all four paws!


Hackberry

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Hackberry, any of several trees of the genus Celtis, with about 70 species in the hemp family (Cannabaceae), that are valued for their wood or for ornamental qualities. They are distributed primarily in temperate and tropical areas.

The eastern North American tree called hackberry, or nettle tree, is C. occidentalis. It has bright green elmlike leaves, which often have three prominent veins arising from the base of the blade, and edible pea-sized purplish-black fruits attractive to birds. The bark is sometimes covered with wartlike bumps. Of easy culture, it is often planted as a street tree, attaining heights of from 12 to 30 metres (40 to 100 feet). Mississippi hackberry, or sugarberry (C. laevigata), is a shorter tree native to moist soils of central North America.

The Mediterranean hackberry, or European nettle tree (C. australis), is an ornamental that has lance-shaped, gray-green leaves and larger edible fruit. Some West African species produce valuable timber.

This article was most recently revised and updated by William L. Hosch, Associate Editor.


The Natural Range of Hackberry

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Hackberry is widely distributed in the United States and portions of Canada, from southern New England through central New York, west into southern Ontario, and farther west to North and South Dakota. Northern outliers are found in southern Quebec, western Ontario, southern Manitoba, and southeastern Wyoming.

The range extends south from western Nebraska to northeastern Colorado and northwestern Texas, and then east to Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina, with scattered occurrences in Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.


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Please note, replacements must be the same root type as the original items ordered.

Which Tree is Right for Me?

With the option of ordering either standard or semi-dwarf trees and either bare-root or potted, be sure to consider the benefits of each option when deciding which is best for you.


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