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S.S. Maryland
MARYLAND - Texaco ocean tanker after section
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Imperial Sarnia
Built 1948 at Collingwood, ONT for Imperial Oil. Lengthened and given new bulbous and flared bow (as shown) at Sorel, P.Q., in winter, 1953-1954. Used as oil storage starting 1986. In documentation, 2009
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. 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
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S.S. 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
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S.S. Hess Fuel
Tanker Hess Fuel, ex Conastoga, ex Hobkirk's Hill, built 1943 by Sun at Chester, PA.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Gulfhorn
Gulf Oil tanker GULFHORN
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Gulf Transport
Smoke stack on tanker GULF TRANSPORT.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. 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
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S.S. 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
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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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Texaco Brave
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Edward O. Clark
texaco brave, tanker, texaco oil, great lakes
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Taeoca
ocean tanker TAEOCA
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Edward O. Clark
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