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House flags of Swedish Shipping Companies (3)

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Ferm Ångbåts A/B

[Ferm Ångbåts A/B] by Mark Sensen
Source: J.L. Loughran: "A survey of mercantile houseflags & funnels", Wolverhampton, 1979.

Ferm Ångbåts A/B (Axel Broström & Son, Gothenburg)
Mark Sensen, 2000-Nov-21

See also Broströms


Rederi A/B Fraternitas

[Fraternitas] by Phil Nelson
Source: Colin Stewart and John B. Styring: Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963 [ssy63].

Fraternitas, Gothenburg.
Ole Andersen, 2000-Sep-21


Fänges & Påhlssons Rederier

[Fänges & Påhlssons] by Phil Nelson
Source: Colin Stewart and John B. Styring: Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963 [ssy63].

Fänges & Pålssons Rederier, Helsingborg.
Ole Andersen, 2000-Sep-19


Rederiaktiebolaget Götha

[Rederiaktiebolaget Götha] by Jarig Bakker
Source: flagchart "Vlaggen in de haven van Amsterdam" (flags in the harbour of Amsterdam)

ship: Nerlandia

A white burgee with a blue Scandinavian cross


G. Brodin, Stockholm

[G. Brodin] by Jarig Bakker
Source: Brown's Flags and Funnels of British and Foreign Steamship Companies, compiled by F.J.N. Wedge, Glasgow, 1926 [wed26]

Triband White-Black-White, proportioned c. 1:4:1, white diamond.
Jarig Bakker, 21 December 2004


Gotland Ångfartygsaktiebolaget

[Gotlandsbolaget] by Phil Nelson
Source: Colin Stewart and John B. Styring: Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963 [ssy63].

Later Gotlandsbolaget, Visby - a change of name from 'steam boat company (ltd.)' to 'company'.
Ole Andersen, 2000-Sep-19


Grängesberg-Oxelösund Trafik A/B

[Grängesberg-Oxelösund Trafik A/B] by Phil Nelson
Source: Colin Stewart and John B. Styring: Flags, Funnels and Hull Colours, 1963 [ssy63].

Grängesbergsbolaget, Stockholm.
Ole Andersen, 2000-Sep-19


[Lulea-Ofoten] by Jarig Bakker

Grängesberg-Oxelösund Trafik A/B began operating steamship in 1899 as Rederi A/B Lulea-Ofoten which flew a white swallowtail with a smallish canton of the Swedish colours and on the middle of the field were the black letters "L-O". By the early 1970s the name was changed to Gränges A/B and they ceased as shipowners in 1978.
Neale Rosanoski, 5 August 2003

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