If you are interested in searching for photos of ships, be aware that ships change names if sold to another nation. In that case, pictures of the new name, might not be available. Example is the Ural, an ocean liner as built in Glasgow by John Elder & Co. She was a Rivers class ocean liner with the SS Elbe being the first in her class. The Ural was originally the SS Spree. The picture I have provided is of the the SS Elbe, same class. Also, be careful of using stacks as an identifying mark, the Tribal class of early British torpedo boat destroyers had anywhere from 3 to 6 stacks, depending on who built the ship. In the case of the Rivers class ocean liner four of that class were built by Fairfield Shipbuilding of Glasgow. The last two, including the SS Spree were built by AG Vulcan, of Stettin. The Elbe had two stacks, while the game represents her as having three. Possibly a change by Vulcan when building the SS Spree, I don't know. The key is to start with a wide search pattern, then narrow it by reading the details. Sometimes you can go to a period books like Brassey's or Janes, and others on Google Books, to read the details that might give you hints. Here is a good site for research.
Many thanks, oldpop. These are really appreciated. Great work, and very generous of you to do it!
As I have indicated, I am retired and have plenty of time. Most of you are still working and your time is short. Enjoy the pictures but if you want alternatives, put up the names and I will see if I can find them. Enjoy and good shooting.