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RTY0008-01
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A container ship being unloaded in the docks at Dudinka during the winter. Taymyr, Northern Siberia, Russia. 2004
RC.0068-06
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RC.0068-06
Boats frozen into the sea ice beside the harbour cranes in winter. Anadyr.
Chukotka. Siberia. Russia. 1994
RY.2406-12
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RY.2406-12
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, delivers her cargo to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-13
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RY.2406-13
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, delivers her cargo to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-15
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RY.2406-15
The anchor of the Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, is covered in ice during a winter journey to Sabetta. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-18
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RY.2406-18
Russian ice strengthened tanker and cargo ships bring supplies to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-19
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RY.2406-19
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, has her cargo unloaded in the harbour at Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-21
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RY.2406-21
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, delivers her cargo to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2406-22
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RY.2406-22
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, delivers her cargo to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2407-01
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RY.2407-01
The Russian ice strengthened ship, Yuri Arshevsky, delivers her cargo to Sabetta during the winter. Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2404-13
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RY.2404-13
The Indiga, a tanker from Murmansk, delivering fuel oil to Sabetta during the winter. South Tambey Gas Field, Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RY.2404-14
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RY.2404-14
The Indiga, a tanker from Murmansk, delivering fuel oil to the new port under construction at Sabetta during the winter. South Tambey Gas Field, Yamal Peninsula, NW Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-07
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RC.2001-07
A ship undergoing repairs in a dry docj in the port at Anadyr. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.1001-08
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Brightly coloured cranes in the port at Anadyr during the winter. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
RC.1001-11
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Brightly coloured cranes in the port at Anadyr during the winter. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
RV.0102-15
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The docks at Tiksi frozen up in the winter. Northern Yakutia (Sakha). Eastern Siberia, Russia
RV.0112-12
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A tug boat frozen into the harbour at Tiksi during the winter. Northern Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 2001
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The bow of the Russian icebreaker Kapitan Dranitsyn cutting through sea ice. Franz Josef Land. 2004
RTY0057-12
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RTY0057-12
A cargo ship & icebreaker in Dudinka Port during the winter.Despite temperatures as low as -50C the port remains open throughout the winter. Taymyr, N. Siberia. 2004
RTY0007-14
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A container ship being unloaded in the docks at Dudinka during the winter. Taymyr, Northern Siberia, Russia. 2004
RTY0008-11
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RTY0008-11
A cargo ship being unloaded in the docks at Dudinka during the winter. Taymyr, Northern Siberia, Russia. 2004
RV.0102-29
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RV.0102-29
The seaport of Tiksi at the mouth of the River Lena in Northern Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.
RV.0110-11
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RV.0110-11
Fisherman check their net set under the ice near Bikovsky. Northern Yakutia,
Siberia, Russia.
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The seaport of Tiksi at the mouth of the River Lena in Northern Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 2001

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