Museum Ship Pommern
After Lillehammer won its bid for the 1994 Winter Olympics, the Norwegian government ploughed over two billion kroner into the town's...
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Museum Ship Pommern information
Anchored just behind the Sjöfartsmuseum, this beautifully preserved four-masted merchant barque was built in 1903 in Glasgow, Scotland. The ship once carried tonnes of cargo and a 26-man crew on the trade route between Australia and England. Its record run was a speedy 110 days.