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S.S. The Lambs
Freighter THE LAMBS ready for trials.
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Acores
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S.S. The Lambs
Freighter THE LAMBS fitting out
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Acores
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S.S. Saraya
Ocean freighter SARAYA a) B. CHARNEY VLADECK in the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. Vessel was built as a Liberty Ship by New England Shipbuilding Corp. at South Portland, ME in 1944. She was later renamed c) RIO GRANDE under the Panamanian flag.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Pequonnock
Long Island Sound freighter PEQUONNOCK. She ran between New York City and southern New England ports for the New England Steamship Co. Vessel built by Roach at Chester, PA in 1907.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Oregon Mail
American Mail Line freighter OREGON MAIL at Vancouver, BC. Vessel built by National Steel & Shipbuilding Co. at San Diego, CA in 1964.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Oregon
United Fruit Co. steamer OREGON at Boston, Massachusetts. Vessel built at Paisley, Scotland in 1890 as a)SAMA under the Norwegian flag. Later renamed b)ULLER c)OREGON d)USKEN e) FORNAES f)OREGON g)ST. THOMAS. Lost in 1921.
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S.S. Lagonda
Built at West Bay City, MI in 1896 for Cleveland Steamship Co. Sold to Interlake Steamship Co. in 1916. Converted to crane ship 1926. Sold to Bethlehem Steel Corp. in 1954. Scrapped at Buffalo, 1958.
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Edward O. Clark
lagonda, great lakes, laker,
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S.S. H. F. Dimock
Freight steamer H. F. DIMOCK of the Metropolitan Steamship Co.'s Boston-New York line. Built by Cranp in Philadelphia in 1884. Broken up at Baltimore in 1931.
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S.S. Donora
Freighter DONORA virtually complete at shipyard
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S.S. City of Taunton
Freight steamer CITY OF TAUNTON of the Fall River Line following her collision with the Line's passenger steamer PLYMOUTH. The freighter was built by Montgomery & Howard at Chelsea, Mass. in 1892.
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C. Bradford Mitchell
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S.S. City of Fall River
Fall River Line freight steamer CITY OF FALL RIVER is shown here at Newport, RI. In the heyday of the textile industry in Fall River and other New England cities, the Fall River Line had more freight to carry than could be fit on the passenger boats. For may years a freighter ran in each direction every night, in addition to the big passenger steamer. CITY OF FALL RIVER was built by Montgomery & Howard at Charlestown, Mass. in 1883.
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Wilfred Warren
city of fall river, fall river line, newport, rhode island, textiles
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S.S. American Clipper
United States Lines freighter AMERICAN CLIPPER off the Manhattan skyline. Vessel built by North Carolina Shipbuilding Co. at Wilmington, NC in 1946.
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Edward O. Clark
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