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steamschooner

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About steamschooner

  • Birthday 10/14/1952

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    Male
  • Location
    Western Washington
  • Interests
    West coast steamschooners, Tugs, local craft, turn of century vessels

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  1. Lady Washington Brig pulled out

    I worked in the Grays Harbor area when they were building her and would often stop by and see her coming together.
  2. Musicians and Modelers

    Dr. Per I do not play any instruments but I make a few from left over modeling wood. These are earrings.
  3. Kurt, I believe that the flaired collar was like a rain cap to shed rain water off. Under the collar had open holes/slots for venting heat from the engine room. The wood cabin top needed clearance from the stack. The stack would get very hot with the boiler going.
  4. Kurt, Like John said it's a curved bench seat. Here is what is shown of the stack.
  5. Kurt, Here is a couple of scans of a steamtug plans.
  6. Greetings from the Pacific Northwest

    Eric, Welcome to MSW The group in Portland still meet the third Thursday of the month on board the steamer"Portland"
  7. 1914 Steam Tug

    1914 Steam Tug 3/8=1ft scale Based on a set of HAMMS plans

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