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    • Timbers

    • Lumber; Boat & ship industry; Mules
    • The timbers for a new hull for the "G. W. McBride" are being transferred to the mule drawn carts. They seem to be waiting for more mules before continuing. One can get a better view of the rear of the old freight station in this photograph. This...
    • Timbers

    • Lumber; Boat & ship industry; Mules; "G. W. McBride"; Madison
    • The information given by the photographer says, "145' timbers shipped on 3 flat cars from the state of Washington to build steamboat "G.W. McBride" at the Marine Ways in Madison". The location of the picture is behind the freight station on Vaughn...
    • Madison Marine Railway and Shipyard

    • Rivers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Railroad shops & yards; Railroads; Racetracks (Horse racing); Madison, Indiana; Riverboats
    • The old Marine Ways is to the right of the picture. On the left is the old race track. Horse racing and sulky racing were once popular sports in Madison.
    • Madison Marine Railways and Shipyard

    • Boat & ship industry; Piers & wharves; Shipyards; Steamboats; "City of Owensboro"; "Tell City"; "Harry Brown"; "Alice Brown"; "Bostona"; "Irene"; "Natchez"; Riverboats
    • This is a view of the old Marine Railways. The boats identified in this picture are the "City of Owensboro", "Tell City", "Harry Brown", and "Alice Brown". The Madison Courier, on August 4, 1892, had this to say: "The shipyard and marine ways here...

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