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The M/S Mount Washington
in Drydock at Center Harbor
About every 5 years the 700 ton M/S Mount Washington is pulled ashore for maintenance. First it is floated onto a huge cradle and then slowly hauled up a railway system onto shore.


The 230' ship in its cradle


The bottom being painted


The stern showing the rudder and a propeller


A closer look at the cradle


The cradle without the Mount


This building contains the motor used to pull the Mount ashore

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The Mount Hits a Boathouse in 1980

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