Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

A Journal of daily activities at the Elizabeth Marine Ways 1898 to 1925 


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The first mention of the steamer TRANSIT by JW in his journal is during June 1905 when she docks for a new hull, this is JW's first hull job as Foreman.  On June 1,1919 she docks to have her wheel repaired along with other repairs.  On September 14, 1920 JW writes that she is not seaworthy and then on October 19, 1920 she is docked by orders of the U. S. Inspectors. 

From collection of Capt. Robert Eberhart    From collection of Robert Eberhart    From collection of Capt. Robert Eberhart

These are close ups of photos taken at Elizabeth Marine Ways during April 1918 when this boat was there for repairs. Click here to view the photos showing the boats docked at  Elizabeth Marine Ways.

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