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Topic review - river class ship info
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  Post subject:  Re: river class ship info  Reply with quote
paulb wrote:
hi i was wondering if anyone had any plans or any information or dry dock pictures of any of the three "river class" ships built by the American Ship Building Co. like calumet or manitowoc.

thx
paulb


Contact Historical collections of the Great Lakes at Bowling Green State University. They'll have it.
Post Posted: May 15, 2016, 5:39 am
  Post subject:  river class ship info  Reply with quote
hi i was wondering if anyone had any plans or any information or dry dock pictures of any of the three "river class" ships built by the American Ship Building Co. like calumet or manitowoc.

thx
paulb
Post Posted: May 7, 2016, 11:13 pm

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