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Showing the Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad's markings. Built in 1849. In 1893 the machinery was removed and the remains of her hull served as living quarters for the workers building Kimball's Castle. Sunk in Glendale in 45 feet of water after being loaded with rocks and holes bored in her hull. From the Walker Collection. Used with permission.
· Date: Sun February 6, 2005 · Views: 3096 · Filesize: 31.6kb, 309.4kb · Dimensions: 1079 x 762 ·
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