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A.J. McAllister
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
McAllister tug A.J. McALLISTER off Manhattan. Part of a Circle Line boat in background.
Alden
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
WWI commercial vessel, bow/port side, docked
Alexander Hamilton, Islander
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Sterns of Hudson River Day Line steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON and NY Harbor excursion boat ISLANDER at Pier 81, NYC
Andrea Doria
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Italian Liner passenger liner. Starboard side, docked, Pier 84, Hudson River, New York
Atlantic
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Home Lines' vessel backing out of dock, Hudson River, New York.
Betsy Ross
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tug, port side/bow, underway. People on tug, sailboats in background
Brasil
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Moore-McCormack Lines' BRASIL leaving New York Harbor
Christoforo Colombo
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Italian Line's CHRISTOFORO COLOMBO arriving at New York
Clermont
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Clermont, Hendrick Hudson, Sandy Hook, at 40th Street Pier, North Hudson River, July 1950
Engine Room Telegraph, SS Nobska (1925)
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Nobska served Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard from such ports as Woods Hole, New Bedford, and Providence for 47 years.
Eugene F. Moran and Carol Moran
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Moran Towing tugs off Hudson River piers in New York. EUGENE F. MORAN was built at Oyster Bay, NY in 1951, CAROL MORAN was built at Orange, TX in...
F. E. Weyerhaeuser
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Liberty ship F. E. WEYERHAEUSER a. JAMES KERNEY, built by Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard at Baltimore, MD in 1944.
Fishing Boats
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Fishing Boats Docked at Fishing Docks on Lake Erie in Kingsville, Ontario, Canada.
George B. McClellan
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
New York City fireboat GEORGE B. McCLELLAN, built in 1904.
HMCS Algonquin
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
HMCS Algonquin (DDH 283) at pier, elevated forward starboard quarter view
Ile de France
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
French Line passenger liner, port side, in New York Harbor
Independence
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Independence docked in Hudson River, New York.
Ivernia
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cunard Line freighter leaving New York, assisted by a Moran tug.
James McAllister
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Broadside underway at Penn's Landing Park, Philadelphia, PA. Sailboat in foreground.
Joseph P. Conrad
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Sailing vessel docked at Mystic Seaport, Mystic, CT
Kerry Moran
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Moran Towing tug preparing to assist sailing of Italian Line's RAFFAELLO, at left. Cunard Line's FRANCONIA in background.
Knorr
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Research vessel, built in 1970, in the service of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. This is the vessel that found the TITANIC.
Leonardo Da Vinci
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Italian Liner passenger vessel, built in 1961.
M.S. Berlin
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cutaway drawing of BERLIN, A. GRIPSHOLM.
M.V. Cunard Princess
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cunard Line vessel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
M.V. Otter
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Great Lakes fish tug, bow/starboard side, docked
M.V. Port Welcome
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Baltimore, MD excursion vessel, port side, anchored near a bridge
M.V. Roger B
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Mail boat for Killarney, Ontario in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Built as a fish in 1922, withdrawn from mail service c. 1960, burned as a spectacle in...
M.V. William Tracy
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tug WILLIAM TRACY off Battery Park, New York City. Statue of Liberty ferry MISS LIBERTY approaching at right.
Miseford
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Canadian tug Miseford at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.
MV Interstate Explorer
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tug in Philadelphia, PA. Built in 1959.
MV Mary Moran, Helen L. Tracy
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tugs in New York Harbor. The MARY MORAN was built at Beaumont, TX in 1941, and the HELEN L. TRACY was built at Orange, TX in 1953.
MV Patrice McAllister
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tug, in Delaware River off Philadelphia, PA.
MV Thomas Cornell
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cornell Steamboat Company tug in Hudson River off Manhattan, New York City.
MV Willowbranch
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Built by Marine Industries, Ltd., Sorel, P.Q. in 1950 for Branch Lines. Scrapped in 1980. Vessel in St. Lawrence Seaway.
Ohio
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Passenger ship with two tugs. Lithograph of a painting by Kenneth D. Shoesmith.
Olympia
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Greece Ocean Liner in the Hudson River, New York.
Olympia
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Greek Line, vessel being towed in Hudson River, New York.
Oscar F. Smith
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Tug OSCAR F. SMITH towing old Reading Lines tug ASHBOURNE. Ex-Alice M. Winslow.
Plymouth
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Gallery deck of grand saloon on steamer PLYMOUTH of the Fall River Line.
Princess Louise
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Shown as a stationary restaurant near Terminal Island, Long Beach, California.
Princess Patricia
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Canadian Pacific coastal steamer, built in 1949 for the line's triangle route between Vancouver, Victoria, and Seattle. From 1963-1981, she operated...
Quadra Queen
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
British Columbia Department of Highways ferry QUADRA QUEEN leaving Campbell River, BC for Quathiaski Cove on Quadra Island.
Queen Frederika
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Chandris liner, a. MALOLO, b. MATSONIA, c. ATLANTIC, built in 1927 for Matson Line's service to Hawaii, the ship operated for half a cetury for...
Queen Mary 1 and Queen Elizabeth
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Fastest Ocean Service in the World; NY Skyline.
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth 2
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Bow of QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 on her first arrival at New York.
RMS Queen Elizabeth
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cunard liner, leaving a North River pier at New York City, assisted by two Moran tugs.
RMS Queen Elizabeth 2
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cunard Line ocean liner arriving in New York Harbor.
RMS Queen Mary
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
Cunard Line's QUEEN MARY leaving her Manhattan pier. Built in 1936, she held the Blue Riband for transatlantic speed from 1938 to 1952. Assisted by...
Roderick McAllister
Steamship Historical Society of America, East Providence, Rhode Island
McAllister Brothers tug, starboard side, underway, buildings in background
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