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M.V. MYSTIC SUN
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Johan Carel Oetker
Built in 1954 at Gothenburg as a) Höegh Shield. Sold 1964 to Rudolf A. Oetger KG and renamed b) Johan Carel Oetker. Sold Cypriot in 1967 and renamed c) Captain Papalios. 1969 renamed d) Aegis Luck. Broken up at Valencia, 1969.
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Edward O. Clark
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ca. 1935-195
M.V. Bruce Hudson
Built as an oil barge at Fort Erie, Ontario in 1935. Converted to self-propelled vessel in 1939. Lengthened 1946. Later names b) Coastal Cliff (1952) and c) Witcroix (1969). Sold Panamanian 1973.
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Edward O. Clark
bruce hudson, great lakes, oil barge, tanker
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M. J. Derby II
Coastal tanker M. J. DERBY II
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Edward O. Clark
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La Cruz
Liberian ocean tanker LA CRUZ, built by Bethlehem Steel Co. at Quincy, Mass. in 1952.
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Edward O. Clark
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ca. 1947-195
Imperial Lachine
Built at Furness Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Haverton Hill-on-Tees, UK in 1930 for Imperial Oil, Ltd. as a) Rideaulite. Name changed to Imperial Lachine (i) 1947. Sold 1954 and converted to a sandsucker and renamed b) Niagara. Sold and renamed c) W.M. Edington in 1969. Dieselized 1972; triple expansion engine to Marime Museum of Upper Canada, Toronto. Sold 1984 and renamed d) Niagara II. Retired, sold for scrap 1997, but resold and purposefully sunk in 1999 in Fathom Five Park near Tobermory, ONT as a dive site.
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Edward O. Clark
imperial lachine, tanker, great lakes, imperial oil, sandsucker
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Gulf Transport
Built by Furness Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Haverton Hill-On-Tees, UK in 1932 for British-American Oil Co., Ltd., Halifax as a) Britamoco. Sold to Gayport Shipping, Ltd., Toronto in 1946. Sold to Hall Corporation of Canada in 1959 and renamed b) Gulf Transport. Sold Italian in 1970 and renamed c) Nonna Valeria. Scrapped 1974.
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Edward O. Clark
gulf transport, tanker, hall, great lakes
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Transbay
Tanker TRANSBAY of Montreal in a canal.
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Edward O. Clark
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Texaco Illinois
Ocean tanker TEXACO ILLINOIS from steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON on the Hudson River.
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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
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S.S. World Glory
Niarchos tanker WORLD GLORY. This ship was once split in two at sea. The two sections were salvaged and later rejoined. Vessel built by Bethlehem Steel Co. at Quincy, Mass. in 1954.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Memory
T-2 tanker built at Mobile, AL in 1944-45 for the War Shipping Administration as a) Pit River. Sold Greek (Niarchos) in 1947 and renamed b) Memory. Sold in 1957 to J.Theodoracopoulos and renamed c) National Peace. Wrecked in 1959, refloated in 1962 and broken up in Bambay, 1963.
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Edward O. Clark
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