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File:LAKE ERIE WATERFRONT LOOKING TOWARD THE BETHLEHEM STEEL PLANT IN LACKAWANNA, JUST SOUTH

File:LAKE ERIE WATERFRONT LOOKING TOWARD THE BETHLEHEM STEEL PLANT IN LACKAWANNA, JUST SOUTH

The first 1000-foot-long ship built for Great Lakes service was Bethlehem Steel's Stewart J. Cort. It entered service in 1972. There were twelve more "footers" constructed over the next 9 years. Interlake's Paul R. Tregurtha was the last of this size built for use on the Great Lakes; and is also the largest ship ever built for Great Lakes service. shared via fb #ILoveSaultSteMarieMichigan

The first 1000-foot-long ship built for Great Lakes service was Bethlehem Steel's Stewart J. Cort. It entered service in 1972. There were twelve more "footers" constructed over the next 9 years. Interlake's Paul R. Tregurtha was the last of this size built for use on the Great Lakes; and is also the largest ship ever built for Great Lakes service. shared via fb #ILoveSaultSteMarieMichigan

Launching ceremony of carrier Wasp, Bethlehem Steel Company shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, 17 Aug 1943 (US National Archives)

Launching ceremony of carrier Wasp, Bethlehem Steel Company shipyard, Quincy, Massachusetts, 17 Aug 1943 (US National Archives)

- Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Lackawanna Plant, Route 5 on Lake Erie, Buffalo, Erie County, NY

- Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Lackawanna Plant, Route 5 on Lake Erie, Buffalo, Erie County, NY

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