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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

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

TORNADO

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This photo of the TORNADO is from the S&D Reflector of September 1973 This photo of the TORNADO was taken during October 1908 and shows her while she was left high and dry for over three months, until late November.  Photo from S&D Reflector December 1978 Different view of previous

Steamer TORNADO  Closer viewCloser view  

Postcard showing Steamer TORNADO going under Donora Bridge  dated 1920

The TORNADO is mentioned numerous times, search function can be used to find all mentions.  The first mention is September 21, 1901.  On November 4, 1912 a crew member, Ed French, falls of the docked boat and dies from his injuries.

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