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  • Decade: 1940-1949
  • DALHOUSE RIVER (1941)
  • CITY OF MIDLAND41 (1941)
  • CHANTICLEER (1941)
  • GEORGE WHITLOCK II (1942, Tank Vessel)
        Other Names: RELIABLE II; Official No.: 241390; Final Date: 2005; Dimensions (LBD): 214' x 37' x 14' ; 1968 Lengthened 76' 1989 Renamed RELIABLE II 2005 Scrapped; Original Owner: Bushey; Final Location: New York, New York, Scrapped
      Other Names: RELIABLE II; Official No.: 241390; Final Date: 2005; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • ENDERS M. VOORHEES (1942, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 242023; Final Date: 1987; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x 35' ; Original Owner: Pittsburgh Steamship Co.; Final Location: Atlantic Ocean, Broke in two and sank while being towed to Turkey for scrapping
      Official No.: 242023; Final Date: 1987; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x ...
  • W.T. Floors in Ballast Tanks for Great Lakes Engineering Works Vessels
        Vessel plans of W.T. Floors in Ballast Tanks for Great Lakes Engineering ships dated Jan. 7, 1942. List of hulls and view points on image REISS, RICHARD J - [Hull No. 290] CADILLAC - [Hull No. 291] SLOAN, GEORGE A. - [Hull No. 292] PURNELL, FRANK - [Hull No. 293] ...
      Vessel plans of W.T. Floors in Ballast Tanks for Great Lakes Engineering ...
  • Booklet of General Plan for U.S.S. WOLVERINE (1942) (nee SEEANDBEE (1912))
        Booklet cover of general plans for the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wolverine, originally the SEEANDBEE (1912).
      Booklet cover of general plans for the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Wolverine, originally ...
  • USS TERRY (1942, Naval Vessel)
        Other Names: DD-513; Official No.: U.S. NAVY; Final Date: 1974; Dimensions (LBD): 376' 5" x 39' 7" x 13' 9" ; 1942 Laid down on June 8; launched November 22 1943 Commissioned January 26 1946 Decommissioned August 13 1974 Stricken from naval record April 1; sold to Peru July 26; ...
      Other Names: DD-513; Official No.: U.S. NAVY; Final Date: 1974; Dimensions (LBD): ...
  • Inboard Profile of U.S.C.G. Cutters CACTUS Class
        Inboard profile of bow section of U.S.C.G CACTUS Class vessel dated 1942.
      Inboard profile of bow section of U.S.C.G CACTUS Class vessel dated 1942.
  • General Arrangement of Outboard Profile for U.S.C.G. Cutter CACTUS Class
        Outboard profile shown in two sheets. Vessel arrangement for U.S.C.G. Cutter CACTUS Class as-built around 1942.
      Outboard profile shown in two sheets. Vessel arrangement for U.S.C.G. Cutter CACTUS ...
  • Booklet of General Plans Cover and General Arrangement of Bridge & Top of Wheelhouse for U.S. Coast Guard Cutters
        A plan detailing Bridge and Top of Wheelhouse for U.S.C.G. Cutter CACTUS Class, dated 1942.
      A plan detailing Bridge and Top of Wheelhouse for U.S.C.G. Cutter CACTUS ...
  • General Arrangement of Main Upper & Forecastle Decks for U.S. Coast Guard CACTUS Class
        Two sheets detail bow and stern sections detailing the general arrangement of main upper & forecastle decks for CACTUS Class vessel. Plans are dated 1942.
      Two sheets detail bow and stern sections detailing the general arrangement of ...
  • RUSSELL 19 (1942, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: SUZANNE MCALLISTER; KAYLIN; Official No.: 241416; Final Date: 1975; Dimensions (LBD): 80' x 22' x 9.75' ; SEE LINK; Original Owner: Newtown Creek Towing Co
      Other Names: SUZANNE MCALLISTER; KAYLIN; Official No.: 241416; Final Date: 1975; Dimensions ...
  • General Arrangement of IRVING S. OLDS and BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS
        General arrangement of IRVING S. OLDS and BENJAMIN F. Fairless built by American Shipbuilding Co. showing outboard, deck, and ballast profiles.
      General arrangement of IRVING S. OLDS and BENJAMIN F. Fairless built by ...
  • IRVING S. OLDS (1942, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 242261; Final Date: 1988; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x 35' ; Original Owner: Pittsburgh Steamship Co.; Final Location: Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Scrapped
      Official No.: 242261; Final Date: 1988; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x ...
  • MYSTIC ISLE (1942, Ferry)
        Official No.: 242004; Dimensions (LBD): 103' x 32.42' x 8.5' ; SEE LINK; Original Owner: Erie Isles Ferry Co
      Official No.: 242004; Dimensions (LBD): 103' x 32.42' x 8.5' ; SEE ...
  • MOBILOIL (1942, Tank Vessel)
        Other Names: CHIWAWA; AO-68; WALTER A. STERLING; WILLIAM CLAY FORD; LEE A. TREGURTHA; Official No.: 251505; 1942 Launched as SAMOSET; owned Socony-Vacuum Oil Co; named MOBILOIL 1943 Owned U.S. Maritime Commission; renamed CHIWAWA / AO-68 1947 Owned Cities Service Oil Co 1960-1961 Converted to bulk freighter by American Shipbuilding Co, ...
      Other Names: CHIWAWA; AO-68; WALTER A. STERLING; WILLIAM CLAY FORD; LEE A. ...
  • LST-393 (1942, Naval Vessel)
        Other Names: HIGHWAY 16; Official No.: U.S. NAVY; Dimensions (LBD): 316' x 50' x 11' ; 1942 Owned U.S. Navy 1947 Owned Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co; US 255408; converted to auto ferry 1948 Renamed HIGHWAY 16 1973 Laid up 2000 Owned USS Silversides Maritime Museum; Original Owner: U.S. Navy
      Other Names: HIGHWAY 16; Official No.: U.S. NAVY; Dimensions (LBD): 316' x ...
  • LEON FRASER (1942, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: ALPENA; Official No.: 241856; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x 35' ; 1942 Owned Pittsburgh Steamship Co (U.S. Steel Corporation) 1985 Owned Spitzer Marine Ltd; non-operative 1989 Owned Inland Lakes Transportation 1991 Shortened and converted to self-unloader cement carrier by Fraser Shipyards Ltd; renamed ALPENA; Original Owner: Pittsburgh ...
      Other Names: ALPENA; Official No.: 241856; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x ...
  • A.H. FERBERT (1942, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 242024; Final Date: 1988; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x 35' ; Original Owner: Pittsburgh Steamship Co.; Final Location: Aliaga, Turkey, Scrapped
      Official No.: 242024; Final Date: 1988; Dimensions (LBD): 614' x 67' x ...
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