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Photographer:john c. driscoll [View profile]Title:Eppleton HallAdded:Aug 07, 2007
Location:San Francisco, United States
Photo Category: Steam Ships (Operating and Preserved)
Eppleton Hall, Hyde Park, San Francisco, California
Eppleton Hall is a steel tug built in 1914 in England, and powered by two steam engines.

Length 100.6 feet
Beam 21.1 feet
Depth 10.8 feet
Gross tonnage 166
Engines 2-sided lever
The Eppleton Hall was built in 1914 in an English Shipyard
She is a steam-powered sidewheeler (a paddle wheel on each side of the ship)
Her two large side lever engines, also called grasshopper engines, operated the paddle wheels independently
She towed coal barges (colliers) on the River Wear
A working crew consisted of a skipper, mate, engineer, fireman and an apprentice
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