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'Works of the Charles Ward Engineering Company towboats 'Duncan Bruce,' 'W. A. Shepard,' 'George T. Price,' 'Wild Goose,' and yacht 'Madge,' in river and survey boat.'
Greenbrier towboat built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in 1924.
The launching of a Ward Engineering towboat probably on the Kanawha River. Ward Engineering Works was an iron and steel fabricator and shipyard founded by Charles Ward in 1872.
The sign on the front of the boat reads, " First of Six For Mississippi Warrior Service, Horse Power 2600 ... ".
Steam towboat made by Charles Ward Engineering Works of Charleston, West Virginia. Note behind the boat, on the bank, left is the Ward Boilers Factory and on the right is the South Side Foundry.
Boiler Drum created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Section of Header for Ward Water-Tube Boiler built by Charles Ward Engineering Works, Charleston, West Virginia.
Front Header and Drum of Ward Watertube Boiler as installed on the U.S. Steamer, "Inspector M.R.C." Created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Back Header of Ward Water-Tube Boiler on United States Supply Ship Bridge. Created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Front Headers With Drum attached for Ward Water-tube boiler. Created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Water-Tube Marine Boilers created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Header With Drum attached for Ward Water-tube boiler. Created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ward watertube marine boilers created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia. Built for the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation.
Ward launch boilers, square type. Created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ward's straight tube launch boiler created by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ward water tube boiler as installed in United States Navy Fuel Ships Neches and Pecos. There are four boilers per ship. Built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ward boilers installed in steamer Inspector for the M.R.C. Built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Ward boiler being transported on a train. Built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
The Kelly Derrick Barge built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Barges for the United States engineers in Florence, Alabama. Built by Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Oil barges created by the Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Oil barges being built by the Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Diesel Towboat designed by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Drawn plans of structural sections of a diesel towboat created by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Floor plan for engine room of a diesel towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Pipe and railing system floor plan for a diesel towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
The "Beverly" designed by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia, running on the Kanawha River.
The Tugboat, "Beverly" under construction by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia on the Kanawha River.
Tugboat, "Captain George" preparing for launch at the Ward shipyard. The vessel was built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Photograph has a few objects labeled in the engine room. The vessel was built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Construction of a pipe line dredge, "C. B. Harris", built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia for U.S.E.O. of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Construction of the "C. B. Harris" at The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
"C.B. Harris", a pipe line dredge, being trailed by a stream powered towboat. The "Harris" was built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Pipe dredge "C.B. Harris", created by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia, at work dredging a river bottom.
Launching of the tugboat, "Captain George" built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Half sunken towboat wreck. Boat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Damaged towboat after wrecking. Towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Damaged towboat after wrecking. Towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Damaged towboat, part of the United States Engineering Department, after wrecking. Towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Launch of the towboat, Destrehan. Built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Towboat, Destrehan still under construction, is made ready for launching in the Kanawha River. The vessel was built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Readying the towboat, Destrehan for launching, built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Launch of towboat, Destrehan on the Kanawha River. Built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
The Destrehan running on steam power. Built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Duncan Bruce Towboat wheel turning at 14 RPM at the riverbank, designed by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Side view of outboard driving mechanism of the steam powered wheel on the Duncan Bruce, created by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia.
Duncan Bruce, a towboat built by The Charles Ward Engineering Works in Charleston, West Virginia