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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

November 1912

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November 7, 1912 to November 16, 1912


 

The Steamer Tornado in the River November 7, 1912 after Gen repairs

Steamer Fallie Docked Friday November 8 for repairs to sheet iron and a new Balance rudder

Friday November 8, 1912 Steamer J.B. Finley   one of the largest Boats in three rivers at the Ways   To be docked later

Today November 8, 1912 the Heads of the River dept have decided to widen the Steamer J.C. Risher 2 ft  this will make her Hull 24' 6"  it is not enough  over all 26'2"  she should be 29' over to make her right

The Steamer Tornado towed away via Little Fred Sunday November 10, 1912

Sunday November 10, 1912  afternoon McClure and went to Wycoff Woods we kicked out two rabbits

Steamer Fallie finished Thursday November 14, 1912

Steamer Clipper off the Ways Thursday November 14, 1912

The Steamer Rover broke her shaft Wednesday November 13, 1912

Steamer J.B. Finley on third yard November 13, 1912

Steamer James Moren on the cradles at 3:30 PM Saturday November 16, 1912  on the 4th yard Monday November 18, 1912  she ran on a rock and has a 50 ft hole in bottom

November 7, 1912 to November 16, 1912

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