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Mt. Washington Starboard Lunette
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Rattlesnake Gal



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This carving is of a mountain sunrise over the mountain, Mount Washington. This adorned the starboard Paddlewheel box on Mt. Washington excursion steamboat on Lake Winnipesaukee. Called a lunette, this fan-shaped panel was the center of one of the two huge boxes that covered the steamboat’s paddle wheels. The half-round paddle boxes protected the wheels from damage and shielded passengers from the turning wheels and from the water thrown up by their blades.
http://www.winnipesaukee.com/forums/...4944#post14944
· Date: Wed March 30, 2005 · Views: 5081 · Filesize: 28.9kb, 1047.7kb · Dimensions: 1474 x 576 ·
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