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Texaco Indiana
Ocean tanker TEXACO INDIANA from steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON
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Edward O. Clark
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TASCALUSA
Socony-Mobil tanker TASCALUSA
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Edward O. Clark
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T.S.S. Liquilassie
Built in 1943 at Barnes-Duluth Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, as a) Temblador for Caribbean service under the Panamanian flag. Sold Canadian in 1960, returned to the Great Lakes, renamed b) Liquilassie in 1961. Converted to a barge in 1977; left the lakes c. 1980 and sold Panamanian 1983. Unconfirmed report states sunk near Tahiti, 1983
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Edward O. Clark
liquilassie, tanker, great lakes, liquifuels
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T.S.S. Liquilassie
Built in 1943 at Barnes-Duluth Shipbuilding Co., Duluth, as a) Temblador for Caribbean service under the Panamanian flag. Sold Canadian in 1960, returned to the Great Lakes, renamed b) Liquilassie in 1961. Converted to a barge in 1977; left the lakes c. 1980 and sold Panamanian 1983. Unconfirmed rport states sunk near Tahiti, 1983
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Prometheus
Ocean tanker PROMETHEUS anchored in the Hudson River
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Imperial London
Built at Collingwood, Ontario in 1948 for Imperial Oil, Ltd. Lenghtened 1960-61 at Montreal. Sold Honduran and renamed b) Teguciagalpa in 1979, but did not leave the Great Lakes. Sold again in 1979 to Johnstone Shipping, Ltd. Toronto, and returned to Canadian registry. Renamed c) Congar in 1980. Canadian register closed, February, 2003.
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Edward O. Clark
imperial london, imperial oil, great lakes, tanker,
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S.S. Garnet Hulings
Built 1920 by Moore SB Co., Oakland, CA and launched as named as Begwaduce. Entered service as a) Salina for the US Shipping Board. Name changed to b) Garnet Hulings in 1928 (Gladstone Transportation Co.) IN 1952 sold to Suomen Tankkilaiva (Finland) and renamed c) Wisa. Scrapped at Bo'ness, Scotland, in 1954. Shown in a graving dock.
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Unknown
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S.S. Esso Shreveport
T2 tanker Esso Shreveport, a) Front Royal c) Trustco d) Observer, built by Sun Lengthened, widened and converted to bulk carrier 1966. As of 2007 still in existance as grain storage vessel at Port Said.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Esso Shreveport
T2 tanker Esso Shreveport, a) Front Royal c) Trustco d) Observer, built by Sun Lengthened, widened and converted to bulk carrier 1966. As of 2007 still in existance as grain storage vessel at Port Said.
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Edward O. Clark
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Imperial Collingwood
Built in 1947 at Collingwood, ONT for Imperial Oil, Ltd. Lengthened at Montreal, 1961. Sold Honduran in 1974 and then resold to Shediac Bulk Shipping Co., Ltd. Moncton, N.B.; renamed b) Seaway Trader. Sold 1984 to Laurentide Financial Corp. Dartmouth, N.S. Renamed c) Patricia II in 1987. Renamed d) Balboa Trader in 1992. Renamed e) Rivas in 1995 and scrapped that same year at Cartegena, Colombia.
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Edward O. Clark
imperial collingwood, tanker, great lakes, esso, imperial oil
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Yacona
Coastal tanker YACONA
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Edward O. Clark
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Yacona
Coastal tanker YACONA
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Edward O. Clark
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