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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

November 14,1910

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November 14, 1910 to December 6, 1910


 

On Model Barge New York for chain brace fastening  some patches - sheeting her with 1 1/2" Hemlock - bad Barge

Snow Monday night   November 14, 1910

snowing all day Tuesday November 17, 1910  melting as it falls

Men on dredge #1:  Cline - Howard - L. Pancost - McNamee           finished Dredge November 16, 1910 at 4 PM   towed away by Steamer Braddock

Steamer Crusader docked  Thursday November 17, 1910 for repairs

Thursday and Friday  cold and blustery  snow night of the 18th, 1910

Crusader in the River Wednesday November 23, 1910  after extensive repairs

Steamer Pacific #2 docked  Wednesday November 23, 1910 for extensive repairs

Steamer Jim Brown on the cradles with broken S. Main hog chain  Tuesday eve November 29, 1910

Steamer J.B. Finley at the Ways Tuesday November 29, 1910  she was built on the Ways  is one of the Largest Boats and was first named Transporter.  Snow all day today   Finley on the cradles Wednesday 30, 1910 about 10:30 AM and on the second yard at 4:30 PM   the teeth of one sproket wheel striped and twelve chains broke in this Pulling out

Wednesday November 30  Snow all day  1910 and all night and all day December 1, 1910 and Monday about all day  Heavy snow Monday night  6"  December 5, 1910  snow all day Tuesday December 6, 1910

November 14, 1910 to December 6, 1910

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