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  • Booklet of General Plans of L6-S-A1 Class Bulk Carrier
        A series of six drawings depicting the general layouts of a Great Lakes bulk carrier of an unknown vessel. Submitted in the comments: It's an L6-S-A1 class, could be either the J. BURTON AYERS, THOMAS WILSON, CHAMPLAIN, JOHN T. HUTCHINSON, or E. G. GRACE.
      A series of six drawings depicting the general layouts of a Great ...
  • Outboard Profile and Deck Plans for EDGAR B. SPEER (1980)
        Vessel plans detailing the cargo hold from an outboard profile view and different levels from a deck view. Vessel plan is believed to be of EDGAR B. SPEER built-in 1980 by the American Ship Building Company. - Member of public described this vessel as either EDWIN H. GOTT or EDGAR ...
      Vessel plans detailing the cargo hold from an outboard profile view and ...
  • Self Unloader Plan for Great Lakes Bulk Freighter
        Details of a bulk freighter self-unloader from an unknown source and vessel.
      Details of a bulk freighter self-unloader from an unknown source and vessel.
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Thunder Bay Research Collection Vessel Plans


2020 - Collection of maritime-related vessel plans compiled by C. Patrick Labadie and Harvey Nissley throughout their research, comprising a portion of the Thunder Bay Research Collection. This project was made possible by a grant from the LSTA Improving Access to Information 2020/2021 Grant. Neil Swendsboe Collection was added in 2021/2022 by funding through the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. Hans E. Swendsboe was born on May 22, 1924. He was a vessel design engineer for the Cleveland, OH firm of H. C. Downer & Associates (org. 1951), which later became Marine Consultants & Designers, Inc.