James River, Va. U.S.S. Maratanza, Commander Thomas H. Stevens, immediately after capture of the Teaser, July 4, 1862.
From Wikipedia: USS Maratanza (1862) was a steamer acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Union Navy as a gunboat to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from […]
HMS Energetic built by John Brown Clydebank, Yard No 350 Last Name: Energetic Propulsion: Steam Paddle Launched: Thursday, 22/05/1902 Built: 1902 Ship Type: Paddle Tug Tonnage: 700 disp Length: 150 feet Breadth: 27 feet Draught: 11 feet Owner History:Royal Navy
You would think we had had enough of mountains in Tasmania, but no - we have returned to the mainland and gone straight to the Australian Alps, staying in Mt. Buffalo National Park. Hiking was beautiful, and we went cycling on one of the tracks. Interesting rock formations, and well groomed trails. Mt Buffalo This is ski country, and has some very interesting Alpine roads. Large red and Yellow poles remind you not to stray to the left or right, depending on which side the 100 metre drop is…
Aye Candy -- Renders of the Runner Will o' the Wisp | The Naval War
Will o' the Wisp was one of the more successful blockade runners of the Civil War, having made several successful runs into Wilmington. She was wrecked and...
Paddle Steamer Tug "George Brown" - Irvine Harbour
Built 1887 by McKnight's Shipyard in Ayr see clydeships.co.uk/view.php?year_built=&builder=&re... also see www.irvineharbourside.org/resources_fullhistsoc.php#edickson SMM ref 2009-129(019)
1843 Antique Steamboat propellers. Patent Print. Original | Etsy
AUTHENTIC 1800s XL engraving The french boat The Napoleon (1848) was the first in the world with propeller powered (propulsion with propellers). Industrial design - Industrial Patent Print - Marine engineering Wall Art - Technical drawing - Steamship - Paddle Steamer. Original print. NOT A COPY. BUY SEVERAL / PAY NO MORE SHIPPING FEES. (valid for prints from the ARMENGAUD collection). This technical drawing is taken from a industrial series which, in the 19th century, published plates every…