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Faust
Tanker FAUST
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Edward O. Clark
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Esso Havana
Ocean Tanker ESSO HAVANA from steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON of the Hudson River Day Line
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Edward O. Clark
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Esso Delivery No.12
River & Sound tanker ESSO DELIVERY No. 12, built 1927 as COLONIAL BEACON, originally her bridge was right forward, a few years after this photo was taken, she was given a proper funnel.
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Edward O. Clark
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COASTAL CLIFF, canal tanker
Tanker COASTAL CLIFF in a canal
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Edward O. Clark
coastal cliff, canaler, tanker, great lakes
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Coastal Cliff
Tanker COASTAL CLIFF
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Edward O. Clark
coastal cliff, tanker, great lakes, oil tanker
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Coastal Cascades
Coastal tanker COASTAL CASCADES
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Edward O. Clark
coastal cascades, tanker, great lakes,
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ca. 1950-68
Coastal Carrier
Originally built in 1921 at I.L.I. 104, she was converted to a tanker and completely rebuilt and repowered, then renamed COASTAL CARRIER in 1950. She was partially stripped in 1976 and 1977, with one of her engines going to W.J. IVAN PURVIS, the other into tug JOHN KENDALL. Broken up in 1984.
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Braun Brothers
coastal carrier, tanker, great lakes,
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ca. 1950-68
Coastal Carrier
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Braun Brothers
coastal carrier, tanker, great lakes,
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Cambria
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Edward O. Clark
cambria, freight, great lakes, ship stack, funnel
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Britamolene
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Edward O. Clark
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Barbara
T-2 tanker built at Mobile, AL in 1945 as a) Phantom Hill. Sold by the government to Niarchos interests under the US flag in 1947 and renamed b) Merrimac. Sold to Commerce Tankers in 1957 and renamed c) Barbara. Renamed d) Julie in 1972. Renamed e) Mount Julie in 1973. Broken up in Korea, 1976.
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Edward O. Clark
barbara, tanker, merrimac, steamship, steam
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Adrias
Ocean tanker ADRIAS
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Edward O. Clark
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