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Steamboat Building   in Elizabeth, PA

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

TOM REES NO.2

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         Photo from newspaper of first boats pulled onto Elizabeth Marine Ways on October 18, 1896  from collection of John Dziama    Elizabeth Marine Ways cradles engine shed used to pull first boats, and many more, onto Ways from collection of EMW   TOM REES NO. 2  TOM REES NO. 2 and Pump Boat No. 20   added 7/24/15

The TOM REES NO.2 was the first boat pulled onto the Ways in 1896. This boat is mentioned by JW in July 1907.

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