The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Subject:  Western Metropolis (steamboat); Steamboats  Sort by:  Relevance
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Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 20 Oct 1855 
TextNewspapers  1855  keel laid
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 23 Apr 1856 
TextNewspapers  1856  launch
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 6 Jul 1857 
TextNewspapers  1857  quick run
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 31 Mar 1859 
TextNewspapers  1859  drydocked
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 9 Mar 1859 
TextNewspapers  1859  drydocked
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), 22 Jul 1862 
TextNewspapers  1862  dismantled
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), collision, 10 Sep 1856 
TextNewspapers  1856  Reason: collision Lives: nil Hull damage: $500 Remarks: Repaired
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), burnt, 17 Jun 1857 
TextNewspapers  1857  Reason: burnt Lives: nil Hull damage: $500 Remarks: Repaired
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), gale damage, 1 Oct 1857 
TextNewspapers  1857  Reason: gale damage Lives: nil
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), collision, 30 Jun 1860 
TextNewspapers  1860  Reason: collision Lives: nil Hull damage: $550 Remarks: Repaired
Western Metropolis (Steamboat), collision, 5 Jun 1857 
TextNewspapers  1857  Reason: collision Lives: nil Remarks: Uninjured
Steamboat Western Metropolis 
Image  1899,   Drawing of the paddlewheel steamboat WESTERN METROPOLIS Illustration from J. B. Mansfield, ed., History of the Great Lakes. Volume I, Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1899. "Steamboat Western Metropolis. Built at Buffalo in 1856. Length 340 feet; tonnage 1,860; one beam engine, cylinder 76 inches...
Lake Erie Steamboat Western Metropolis, 1856 
Image  1895,   Sketch of the steamboat WESTERN METROPOLIS Illustration from Stanton, Samuel Ward, American Steam Vessels , 1895, page 148 Lake Erie Steamboat Western Metropolis, 1856
WESTERN METROPOLIS 
ImageComments  1895,   Sketch and notes on the steamboat WESTERN METROPOLIS Illustration from Stanton, Samuel Ward, American Steam Vessels , 1895, page 149 WESTERN METROPOLIS Built 1856, at Buffalo, N. Y. HULL, of wood, by Bidwell, Banta & Co.; 340 feet over all; 40 feet beam, and 18 feet depth of hold. Tonnage...
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