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Salem PRR Ferry
"Salem" Pennsylvania Railroad Ferry, at Camden, New Jersey Ferry Terminal, April 29, 1951
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Wildwood
Ferry WILDWOOD while serving the Newport-Jamestown (RI) Ferry. Vessel built at Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York in 1911 to serve the Pennsylvania RR's crossing of the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden. In the 1940s she ran on the Delaware for the Delaware-New Jersey Ferry Co. before going north to Narragansett Bay in 1951.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Wildwood
Ferry WILDWOOD while serving the Newport-Jamestown (RI) ferry. Vessel built at Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York in 1911 to serve the Pennsylvania RR's crossing of the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden. In the 1940s she ran on the Delaware for the Delaware-New Jersey Ferry Co. before going north to Narragansett Bay in 1951.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Wildwood
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Wildwood
Steam ferry WILDWOOD, built 1911 at Port Richmond, NY. Shown while in the service of the Delaware-New Jersey Ferry Co. Stem ferry FLORIDA at left.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Wildwood
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Wildwood
Steam ferry WILDWOOD, built 1911 at Port Richmond, NY. Shown while in the service of the Delaware-New Jersey Ferry Co. Stem ferry FLORIDA at left.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Wildwood
Ferry WILDWOOD entering ferry slip at Jamestown, RI after crossing from Newport. Vessel built at Port Richmond, Staten Island, New York in 1911 to serve the Pennsylvania RR's crossing of the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden. In the 1940s she ran on the Delaware for the Delaware-New Jersey Ferry Co. before going north to Narragansett Bay in 1951.
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Edward O. Clark
wildwood, ferry, rhode island, newport, jamestown,
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S.S. Wickersham
Alaska ferry WICKERSHAM a STENA BRITANNICA, built in 1967.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Welfare
New York City's ferry WELFARE arriving at Manhattan. She served Welfare Island in the East River, which shows at the right. Triborough and Hell Gate Bridges in background at left.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Welfare
New York City's ferry WELFARE, which ferried passengers between Manhattan and Welfare Island in the East River. The Island has since been renamed Roosevelt Island.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Welfare
New York City's ferry WELFARE, which carried passengers between Manhattan and Welfare Island in the East River. Welfare Island, since renamed Roosevelt Island, is visible at the right. WELFARE is shown leaving her Manhattan landing.
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Edward O. Clark
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