3 story forward pilothouses

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Guest wrote:Were these ships typically the flagships of their fleets?
lots were like the William A Irvin and Carl D Bradley but not all were that lucky
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Were these ships typically the flagships of their fleets?
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Carl D. Bradley, the Jodrey and her sisters.
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There are so many. In addition to those mentioned, off the top of my head: Peter Robertson, Carl D. Bradley, Charles C. West, Benson Ford, William P. Snyder, Col. James M. Schoonmaker, Detroit Edison, Paul H. Townsend, James Davidson, Rogers City, John G. Munson, Irvin L. Clymer, and my favorite Ben W. Calvin, as well as a lot of Canadian boats including Gleneagles, Lemoyne and quite a few newer ones like the Tarantau, Richelieu, Manitoulin, Rimouski, Simcoe, Canadian Century, Ralph Misener, Roy A. Jodrey, Canadoc, Algocen, and Algorail. And of course, the Cleveland Cliffs triplets. I am sure there are more.
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Carl D Bradley (2), Irvin L Clymer, Peter Robertson, Canadoc, Charles C West, George D Goble, Saginaw, Detroit Edison, John G Munson, Lemoyne (1), Douglass Houghton, Gleneagles and Benson Ford (2) just to name a few
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Calumet/Myron C. Taylor
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The 3 Republic C 4's, Benson Ford, Lemoyne to mention a few
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Sorry, not in any particular order but Benson Ford 1, Lemoyne of 1927, Leon Falk Jr. And Paul H. Car again of 1945 (1961), E. J. Earling [Robert B. Wallace, 1924; Peter Robertson {1}, 1957;] of 1907, James Davidson and Merton E. Farr of 1920, Nipigon Bay, R. Bruce Angus, Golden Hind, Girdler class (Charles M. White, Tom M. Girdler, Troy H. Browning/Thomas F. Patton), John J. Boland 3 of 1953, Detroit Edison of 1955, John G. Munson of 1952, Carl D. Bradley 1 of 1917, Carl D. Bradley 2 of 1927, T. W. Robinson of 1925, B. H. Taylor of 1923, Charles C. West of 1925. Also could note that a number of Canadian bulk carriers constructed during the 1960's had triple deck pilothouse, but did not have the wrap around exterior deck around each level.
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mv canadian century of upper lakes shipping limited
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Gov. Miller, Wm. A. Irvin, Farrel.(sp)
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What ships have/had the 3 story forward pilot houses? Lee A, Middletown, Kaye E, Henry Ford 2, Frantz, Boyer/Snyder Jr, Cliffs Victory. I’m sure I’m missing some.
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