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Tug with Jersey City in background
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Edward O. Clark
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Tug Matilda
Tug MATILDA? and ALEXANDER HAMILTON at South Street Seaport Museum.
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Edward O. Clark
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Tug Barney Turecamo
Bridgeport-Port Jefferson ferry MARTHA'S VINEYARD a) ISLANDER at left. Former ferry on the route, CATSKILL, is at right of the tug BARNEY TURECAMO.
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Braun Brothers
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Tug and Circle Line boat
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Edward O. Clark
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Tug and barge
Tug and barge off Prince Rupert, BC.
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Edward O. Clark
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Towboat Mississippi River
Towboat, unidentified, on Mississippi River at New Orleans, Louisiana, June 18, 1952
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Braun Brothers
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Teresa McAllister
Tug TERESA McALLISTER
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Edward O. Clark
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Taurus
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Braun Brothers
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Steam tug Eppleton Hall and Balclutha
Sidewheel steam tug EPPLETON HALL, built in England to tow coal barges on the Tyne River in 1914. Though extensively rebuilt, she retains her original side lever steam engine. She was brought to San Francisco under her own power in the early 1970s. Sailing ship BALCLUTHA at left.
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Edward O. Clark
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Steam tug Eppleton Hall and Balclutha
Sidewheel steam tug EPPLETON HALL, built in England to tow coal barges on the Tyne River in 1914. Though extensively rebuilt, she retains her original side lever steam engine. She was brought to San Francisco under her own power in the early 1970s. Sailing ship BALCLUTHA in background.
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Edward O. Clark
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Steam tug Eppleton Hall and Balclutha
Sidewheel steam tug EPPLETON HALL, built in England to tow coal barges on the Tyne River in 1914. Though extensively rebuilt, she retains her original side lever steam engine. She was brought to San Francisco under her own power in the early 1970s. Sailing ship BALCLUTHA in background.
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Edward O. Clark
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Steam tug Eppleton Hall
Sidewheel steam tug EPPLETON HALL, built in England to tow coal barges on the Tyne River in 1914. Though extensively rebuilt, she retains her original side lever steam engine. She was brought to San Francisco under her own power in the early 1970s.
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Edward O. Clark
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