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  1. Texas


    The TEXAS was built in 1916 by Great Lakes Towing Co. at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Texas is a steel hulled tug with a length of 71 feet, and a width of 20 feet. It displaces 98 tons, and has a load capacity of 52 tons. It entered service in the year 1916 under the ownership of Great Lakes Towing Co. of Cleveland, OH U.S. The photograph shows the Texas at Cleveland, OH. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  2. Specular


    The SPECULAR was built in 1882 by George & Co. Presley at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Specular is a wood hulled schooner with a length of 263 feet, and a width of 38 feet. It displaces 1687 tons, and has a load capacity of 1602 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Sunk in collision with propeller DENVER, August 22, 1900, off Point Pelee, Lake Erie. Wreck blown up as menace to navigation, October 23, 1900. The photograph shows the Specular at Cleveland, OH. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  3. William T. Graves


    The WILLIAM T. GRAVES was built in 1867 by Thomas Quayle at Cleveland, OH U.S. The William T. Graves is a wood hulled bark with 3 masts, a length of 207 feet, and a width of 35 feet. It displaces 804 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Stranded on Dover's Point, on southwest tip of North Manitou Island, Lake Michigan, in snow storm on October 31, 1885; no lives lost. Was bound from Chicago for Buffalo with corn; schooner GEORGE W. ADAMS in tow. Schooner released. The photograph shows the William T. Graves under way...

  4. Rio Rita


    The RIO RITA was built in 1949 by Lakecraft Welding Co. at Port Clinton, OH U.S. The Rio Rita is a steel hulled fish tug with a length of 37 feet, and a width of 13 feet. It displaces 13 tons, and has a load capacity of 8 tons. It entered service in the year 1949 under the ownership of Thomas E. Gaudern of Port Clinton, OH U.S. The photograph shows the Rio Rita at Port Clinton, OH. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  5. Commuter


    The COMMUTER was built in 1945 by Stadium Boat Works at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Commuter is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 60 feet, and a width of 24 feet. It displaces 67 tons, and has a load capacity of 24 tons. It entered service in the year 1945 under the ownership of Neuman Boat Line of Sandusky, OH U.S. The photograph shows the Commuter at On a Lakeside-Kelley's Island run. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  6. Arizona


    The ARIZONA was built in 1868 by Quayle & Martin at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Arizona is a wood hulled propeller driven vessel. It displaces 870 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Caught fire while lying alongside government pier, Cape Vincent, NY, December 1, 1922, and burned to a total loss. The photograph shows the Arizona under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  7. Oak Leaf


    The OAK LEAF was built in 1866 by Peck & Masters at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Oak Leaf is a wood hulled schooner with 3 masts, a length of 129 feet, and a width of 31 feet. It displaces 319 tons, and has a load capacity of 303 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Abandoned at Sturgeon Bay, WI, in 1928. The photograph shows the Oak Leaf under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  8. Toledo


    The TOLEDO was built in 1862 by Peck & Masters at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Toledo is a wood hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 180 feet, and a width of 39 feet. It displaces 622 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Became waterlogged and beached 500 feet from entrance to Portage Ship Canal, MI, Lake Superior, September 30, 1898. Final enrollment surrendered at Detroit, MI, October 11, 1898. Wreck blown up and dismantled, November 10, 1898. The photograph shows the Toledo under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel...

  9. Saranac


    The SARANAC was built in 1890 by Globe Iron Works at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Saranac is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 290 feet, and a width of 40 feet. It displaces 2669 tons, and has a load capacity of 1939 tons. It entered service in the year 1890 under the ownership of Lehigh Valley Transportation Co. of Buffalo, NY U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Foundered about 100 miles off coast of Georgia, Atlantic Ocean, in March, 1920. The photograph shows the Saranac under way on the Great Lakes....

  10. William P. Palmer


    The WILLIAM P. PALMER was built in 1900 by American Ship Building Co. at Cleveland, OH U.S. The William P. Palmer is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 242 feet, and a width of 42 feet. It displaces 2293 tons, and has a load capacity of 1609 tons. It entered service in the year 1900 under the ownership of American Steamship Co. (A.B. Wolvin, Mgr.) of Buffalo, NY U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Grounded at entrance to Fairport Harbor, OH, on November 17, 1936, in 50 m.p.h. gale, bound for...

  11. Garden State


    The GARDEN STATE was built in 1956 by Hans Henson Welding Co. at Toledo, OH U.S. The Garden State is a tug with a length of 42 feet, and a width of 12 feet. It displaces 19 tons, and has a load capacity of 13 tons. It entered service in the year 1965 under the ownership of Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. of Duluth, MN U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Scrapped in 1979. The photograph shows the Garden State under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel is available at...

  12. David Wallace


    The DAVID WALLACE was built in 1884 by William R. Radcliffe at Cleveland, OH U.S. The David Wallace is a wood hulled schooner with a length of 216 feet, and a width of 36 feet. It displaces 1088 tons, and has a load capacity of 1034 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Foundered off Matinicus, ME, on August 7, 1915. The photograph shows the David Wallace under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  13. Fairport


    The FAIRPORT was built in 1914 by Great Lakes Towing Co. at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Fairport is a steel hulled tug with a length of 68 feet, and a width of 17 feet. It displaces 65 tons, and has a load capacity of 31 tons. It entered service in the year 1914 under the ownership of Great Lakes Towing Co. of Cleveland, OH U.S. The photograph shows the Fairport at Midland, Ont. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  14. Lieut. Harold B. Douglas


    The LIEUT. HAROLD B. DOUGLAS was built in 1919 by Rocky River Dry Dock Co. at Rocky River, OH U.S. The Lieut. Harold B. Douglas is a wood hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 101 feet, and a width of 22 feet. It displaces 177 tons, and has a load capacity of 137 tons. It entered service in the year 1919 under the ownership of U.S. Army (Quartermaster Dept.) of Washington, DC U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Abandoned in 1956. The photograph shows the Lieut. Harold B. Douglas at Rocky Railway Dry...

  15. Lakehead


    The LAKEHEAD was built in 1953 by Hans Hansen Welding Co. at Toledo, OH U.S. The Lakehead is a steel hulled tug with a length of 34 feet, and a width of 12 feet. It displaces 14 tons, and has a load capacity of 11 tons. It entered service in the year 1953 under the ownership of Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corp. of Cleveland, OH U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Out of documentation sometime between 1990-1993. The photograph shows the Lakehead under way on the Great Lakes. More information about this vessel is available at...

  16. B.F. Affleck


    The B.F. AFFLECK was built in 1927 by Toledo Ship Building Co. at Toledo, OH U.S. The B.F. Affleck is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 587 feet, and a width of 60 feet. It displaces 7964 tons, and has a load capacity of 6345 tons. It entered service in the year 1927 under the ownership of Pittsburg Steamship Co. of Cleveland, OH U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Sold to Hyman-Michaels Co. of Duluth on July 1, 1984 for scrapping. The photograph shows the B.F. Affleck at Detroit River. More...

  17. Pf-094 (Milledgeville)


    The PF-094 (MILLEDGEVILLE) was built in 1945 by American Ship Building Co. at Lorain, OH U.S. The Pf-094 (Milledgeville) is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 285 feet, and a width of 37 feet. It entered service in the year 1945 under the ownership of U.S. Navy of Washington, DC U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Stricken from Navy List on April 23, 1947. Sold to Southern Scrap Materials Co., New Orleans, LA, on March 25, 1948 for scrapping. The photograph shows the Pf-094 (Milledgeville) at Lorain, OH; American Ship Building...

  18. Yn-17 (Locust)


    The YN-17 (LOCUST) was built in 1941 by American Ship Building Co. at Cleveland, OH U.S. The Yn-17 (Locust) is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 163 feet, and a width of 30 feet. It entered service in the year 1941 under the ownership of U.S. Navy of Washington, DC U.S. The photograph shows the Yn-17 (Locust) at Cleveland, OH. More information about this vessel is available at the HCGL Website

  19. David Dows


    The DAVID DOWS was built in 1881 by Bailey Brothers at Toledo, OH U.S. The David Dows is a wood hulled schooner with 5 masts, a length of 265 feet, and a width of 37 feet. It displaces 1418 tons, and has a load capacity of 1347 tons. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Foundered in forty-two feet of water ten miles south-southeast of Chicago, six miles east of Calumet Harbor light, Lake Michigan, on November 29, 1889. Had been in tow of propeller AURORA at time of loss. Final enrollment surrendered at Cleveland, OH, June...

  20. Thomas Wilson


    The THOMAS WILSON was built in 1943 by American Ship Building Co. at Lorain, OH U.S. The Thomas Wilson is a steel hulled propeller driven vessel with a length of 604 feet, and a width of 60 feet. It displaces 8758 tons, and has a load capacity of 6472 tons. It entered service in the year 1943 under the ownership of U.S. Maritime Administration of Washington, DC U.S. The vessel was removed from service with the following notation: Sold to Corostel Trading, Ltd. in 1987 for scrapping. WILSON was lost in heavy seas on December 31, 1987 while being towed....

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