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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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Steam tug Eppleton Hall
Bridge of 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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Steam tug Eppleton Hall
Deck and stack ofsSidewheel 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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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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Steam tug Eppleton Hall
Steam whistle of 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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Steam tug Eppleton Hall
Steam whistle of 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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Stavangerfjord, Dalzellace
Norwegian America line ship STAVANGERFJORD with tug DALZELLACE.
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Edward O. Clark
stavangerfjord, norwegian america line, ocean liner, passenger, tug, dalzellace
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Stack of Eppleton Hall
Smokestack of 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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Sprague
Giant towboat SPRAGUE
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Braun Brothers
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Sprague
Giant towboat SPRAGUE
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Braun Brothers
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Sprague
Sternwheel of towboat SPRAGUE
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Braun Brothers
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Sprague
Giant towboat SPRAGUE
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Braun Brothers
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