The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Derrick tug Ohio


Description
Creator:
Neff, Charles S., Artist
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Drawings
Notes:
The Ohio was built at Baltimore, Md. -118 feet long; 10.6 depth and with a 35-foot beam; net tons, 162; gross, 320; engine, 24x24; steam, 125 1bs; 32-ton derrick. American built, but did work at Scapa Flow for the British gov't after World War 1. Drawn from memory by C.S. Neff at Erie Basin, May 6, 1936. In order for the derrick to get through the Welland canal, the derrick frame was cut at the points shown in red in the drawing. The frame was then placed on deck. The pilot house, texas, radio room and stack were located on the main deck.
Subject(s):
Donor:
John S. Neff
Creative Commons licence:
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Derrick tug Ohio