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Steamboat Building   in Elizabeth, PA

A Journal of daily activities at the Elizabeth Marine Ways 1898 to 1925 

BRADDOCK

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Steamer BRADDOCK built in 1900   Photo from S&D Reflector Dec 2000    Steamer BRADDOCK built in 1916    Photo from S&D Reflector September 2001

There are two different Steamer BRADDOCK that are mentioned by JW in his journal.  The Steamer Braddock listed as being built in 1900 is first mentioned during Early 1899,  She was the first "pool style boat" built at the Elizabeth Marine Ways.  The second Steamer BRADDOCK was built during 1916, also at the Elizabeth Marine Ways. The second BRADDOCK used some machinery from the first. Her first mention in the journal is August 15, 1916.  Please utilize the search engine to help find additional entries.  

The two photos below are dated February 10, 1915 which would mean they are of the BRADDOCK built in 1900.

From collection of Historic Pittsburgh   From collection of Historic Pittsburgh    added 6/16/2017

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