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Steamboat Building   in Elizabeth, PA

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

W C. JUTTE

Home ] Up ] Tug WASH GRAY ] TOM DODSWORTH ] JOHN MOREN ] RIVAL ] SAILOR ] RELIEF ] Bulldozer Barge ] HARRY BROWN ] ALICE BROWN ] JOSH COOK ] J.C. RISHER ] S.H.H. CLARK ] TRANSIT ] J.B. FINLEY ] H. M. HOXIE ] RESOLUTE ] MARGARET ] Model Barge EMPEROR ] Model Barge DELAWARE ] Packet COLUMBIA ] TOM REES NO.2 ] MONITOR ] DUQUESNE ] [ W C. JUTTE ] Dredge #1 ] BOAZ ] CRUISER ] VESTA ] Dredge WESTERN ] Dredge W. C. JUTTE ] Dredge CYCLONE DIGGER ] STELLA MOREN ] LEE. H. BROOKS ] Model Barge 70 ] Model Barge MISSISSIPPI ] Model Barges 97 & 58 ] Model Barge 87 ]

 

 

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From collection of Historic Pittsburgh  Close up of previous photo  Photo of W. C. JUTTE from S&D Reflector September 1971

The W. C. JUTTE is mentioned several times by JW, the first is April 27, 1907 when she is at the Elizabeth Marine Ways for repairs after sinking on April 4, 1907.  She docks on February 5, 1918 for extensive repairs, owned at this time by Keystone Sand Company. This boat was later named KEYSTONE.

 
 

     Color Version of Lock 1 with Steamer W. C. JUTTE     Lock 1 1906 with Steamer W. C. JUTTE  

Postcards from first photo above

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