After (Schiff)

Als After wurde in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts ein Schleppkahn auf der Weser bezeichnet. Diese Weserkähne, die auch als Achterhang und Hinterhang bezeichnet wurden, konnten Lasten bis maximal 50 Tonnen transportieren.

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