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S.S. Bay Belle
Wilson Line excursion steamer BAY BELLE a) CITY OF WILMINGTON, stern view with passengers. Steamer was built in 1910 for service on the Delaware River between Wilmington, DE and Philadelphia, PA. Later rebuilt as shown for excursion service, mainly at Baltimore. This photo taken at a special event.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Bay Belle
Sound Line steamer BAY BELLE a) CITY OF WILMINGTON approaching Yonkers, while in service at New York. Vessel built for Wilson Line at Wilmington, DE in 1910; reconstructed at Chester, PA in 1941.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Allerton
Steamer ALLERTON a HOMER RAMSDELL while running from Boston to Nantasket Beach.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Allerton
Steamer ALLERTON a HOMER RAMSDELL while running between Boston and Nantasket Beach.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Allerton
ALLERTON a) HOMER RAMSDELL. Built 1887 by Marvel, Newburgh, NY for Hudson River service from Newburgh to New York. In service under several owners from 1930 to 1951 between Boston and Nantasket Beach. Scrapped 1954.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Boston Belle
Wilson Line's BOSTON BELLE and PILGRIM BELLE at Wilmington, DE.
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Braun Brothers
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M.V. Argyle II
Built Kenora, ONT in 1936. Canadian registry closed 1999.
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Edward O. Clark
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Bay Belle and other Wilson liners
Wilson Line's BAY BELL a)CITY OF WILMINGTON, built at Wilmington, DE in 1910, converted to all steel excursion boat in 1941. HUDSON BELLE a)DELAWAARE BELLE at left and BOSTON BELLE at right. Fleet tied up for winter at Wilmington, DE.
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Braun Brothers
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Uncle Sam, Mount Washington II
Uncle Sam, Mount Washington II, at The Weirs, New Hampshire, August 1950
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Braun Brothers
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Top deck of steamer Ticonderoga
Top deck of Lake Champlain steamer TICONDEROGA
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Braun Brothers
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Tolchester
Tolchester, Saltaire, Mayfair, moored at Baltimore, Maryland, March 30, 1952
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Braun Brothers
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Steamer Robert Fulton
Hudson River Day Line steamers ROBERT FULTON (foreground) and PETER STUYVESANT in distance.
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Braun Brothers
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