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Pier (Propeller), U150542, 1 Jul 1891


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The tug PIER, building for the department of docks of New York, by the Union Dry Dock Company of Buffalo is a good lump of a boat. She is 160 feet long, has triple expansion engines and is housed all in with pilot house above the deck. This is better suited to the needs of New York harbor than the style in vogue here. She will not be launched for some time yet.- Buffalo Express
      Marine review
      July 23, 1891
     
     
     
     
The Union Dry Dock Company of Buffalo has finished work on the steel tug PIER, built for dock construction work in New York harbor. The tug left Buffalo Tuesday and will go to the coast by way of the Welland canal and St Lawrence river.
      Marine Review
      September 3, 1891


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Newspaper
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building, Buffalo
Date of Original:
1891
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Local identifier:
McN.E.10180
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pier (Propeller), U150542, 1 Jul 1891