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Topic review - steamer ferries - detroit river
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  Post subject:  Re: steamer ferries - detroit river  Reply with quote
Check the Alpena Library site for pictures:
http://www.alpenalibrary.org/special/tbrc/tbrc.html
Post Posted: September 27, 2012, 9:08 am
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I am a writer/illustrator from Port Dover. I am looking for information about Jenkin's shipyard Walkerville. I am specifically looking for schematics for The City of Dresden (1872) or any other Ferry of approx. 100'x24'x9' would be close for modelling purposes. Any pictures of the Dresden of course. Thanks.. Peter
Post Posted: September 26, 2012, 10:43 am

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