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Sorry, but you're neither senile nor demented. A hull is allocated an IMO number, and that never changes. So IMO 9297864 is the hull that's always been IMO 9297864. On the other hand, names can and do change. The hull that used to be Maersk Detroit (ie IMO 9297864) is now MSC Anya (see, eg, the ship's maritime connector entry for confirmation). Is that clear as mud?
(Incidentally, I'd been intending to photograph MSC Anya on departure when that was scheduled for 15:00 on Saturday, but the scheduled departure time was later changed to 18:00 and later again to 20:00, so I gave the ship a miss altogether. It's good to see that you got her ... Bahnfrend (talk) 14:08, 15 January 2017 (UTC)
Sorry mate, I'm not sure I understand what you're asking me. If there were previously any duplicate images, there don't seem to be any now, because you've redirected the relevant pages. Bahnfrend (talk) 13:15, 8 February 2017 (UTC)
- Okay, now I understand. I'll use your example. Yes, the images seem to be identical. Only the names of the files differ, and the longer name is more satisfactory. "Straßenseite 32" means only "Street side, no. 32", and with that description, the image could be the street side of any building, anywhere in the world. By contrast, "Würzburg-Altstadt-Sanderstraße 7-Straßenseite 32" means "Würzburg old town, 7 Sander Street, street side, no. 32", and so you know exactly what you're seeing in the image. Bahnfrend (talk) 13:37, 8 February 2017 (UTC)
Yeah well. Doris Day had a massive hit with "Que Sera (whatever will be, will be)", except despite what the song says her mother told her, "Que Sera" isn't a phrase in any European language ...
Vaguely related non-sequitur: Normie Rowe's hit, although smaller, still lives on in my mind, memory, and music archives (.mp3), as "highly significant" Pdfpdf (talk) 13:04, 13 February 2017 (UTC)
- P.S. Why do I always end up "talking" to you when it's past my bed-time? It's 11:30 here - next response won't be within the next 20 hours. Cheers, Pdfpdf (talk) 13:07, 13 February 2017 (UTC)
The one on the right appears to be HMS Juno (1895), but the one on the left appears to be the wrong colour, and have one too many funnels, and to have funnels that are too thin, to be either HMS St George (1892) or RMS Ophir. In 1901, Albany was a major passenger liner port, and it's possible that she's a passenger liner that just happened to be in Albany that day. Bahnfrend (talk) 14:49, 20 February 2017 (UTC)
- Captions are not always reliable. I'm still embarrassed to have to admit that way back in the early 1980s, when I was captioning a school group photo in my capacity as a co-editor of my school yearbook, I mixed up the names of a set of non-identical twins whose correct names I well knew ... Bahnfrend (talk) 05:39, 21 February 2017 (UTC)