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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

WINFREDE

Home ] Up ] RANGER ] ELIZABETH SMITH ] GENERAL BEACH ] KATHERINE ] Pump Boat 25 ] HILLMAN ] JOHN F KLEIN ] LUKE McLUKE ] [ WINFREDE ] TRANSPORTER ] LABELLE ] OLD RELIABLE ] HECLA ] Barges 92 & 87 ] NATIONAL ] BRONX ] PLYMOUTH ] Pump Boat 29 ] Barges 41 & 105 ] CRUISER ] Barge 320 ] Pump Boat 80 ] C. S. PEARCY ] VICTORY ] Houseboat ] Dredge CENTRAL ] Barge 312 ] Pump Boat 30 ] KEYSTONE DREDGE # 4 ] HIBERNIA ] LUZERNE ] RELIANCE ] CITY OF PITTSBURGH ] MONONGAHELA ] CROWNHILL & Showboat GOLDENROD ] D. A. NISBET ] G. W. McBRIDE ] Airship Los Angeles ] DON BIRMINGHAM ] W.L. McKINNEY ] C. W. TALBOT ] A. O. ACKARD ] DONORA ] EDGAR THOMSON ] MONGAH ] REZISTAL ]

 

 

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Photo dated 1921 somewhere on the Mon

On September 2, 1920 JW writes in his Journal that the WINFRED is at the Elizabeth Marine Ways for various repairs that are completed in one day.  Based upon his entry naming the owner of the boat as National Transporation Company the boat is actually the WINFREDE, he apparently forgot to put the final E on the name of the boat.  This boat sinks on the Yough above McKeesport during October 1920, just weeks after being at the EMW.

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