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S.S. City of Newport
Steamer CITY OF NEWPORT on Narragansett Bay
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. West Side
Ferry WEST SIDE crossing Narragansett Bay's West Passage between Conanicut Island and the mainland.
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Wilfred Warren
west side, ferry, rhode island, narragansett bay, conanicut
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S.S. Squantum
Narragansett Bay steamer SQUANTUM
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Sankaty
Passenger and freight steamer SANKATY during her service between New Bedford and Woods Hole and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. SANKATY was built at Quincy, Mass. in 1911 and was the first propeller steamer built for the island line. She burned in New Bedford in 1924, but was rebuilt for many years of service elsewhere.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Richard Borden
Double-ended steamer RICHARD BORDEN, built for service on Narragansett Bay.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Puritan
Steamer PURITAN of the Fall River Line, bunkering coal at New York. Note canvas covers surrounding the gangway above the coal barge to keep the side of the steamer white.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Providence
Steamer Providence of the Fall River Line, paddlewheel and superstructure.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Providence
Fall River Line steamer PROVIDENCE, built at Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, Mass. in 1905. She operated until the Line closed downin 1937. Initially she ran from New York to Providence in the summer and from New York to Fall River in the winter months. In the 1920s she was part of the double service (two boats each way) to Fall River in summer. Later her summer runs were to New Bedford.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Plymouth
Steamer PLYMOUTH of the Fall River Line in a floating drydock. The steamer was built in 1890 and rebuilt in 1907 following a fire. She was retired in 1937 and scrapped in 1938 at Baltimore, MD.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Pequonnock
Long Island Sound freighter PEQUONNOCK. She ran between New York City and southern New England ports for the New England Steamship Co. Vessel built by Roach at Chester, PA in 1907.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. New Bedford
Steamer NEW BEDFORD was built at Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, MA in 1928 for service between her namesake port and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. During WWII she worked as a transport and as HOSPITAL SHIP 48 on the English Channel. In 1949-1955 she ran summers to Block Island from Providence and Newport, RI.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. May Archer
MAY ARCHER see in Providence, South Water Street Piers
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Wilfred Warren
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