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First Engineer’s quarters
Shenago Furnace Co. flag logo painted on floor
Parlor area in the bow
Fireplace in the bow parlor
Panorama of parlor (port side)
Hand-cranked Victrola record player in the parlor
Parlor area (starboard side)
Antique roll top desk
Safe in the captain’s office
Radio in the captain’s quarters
View looking aft from behind wheelhouse
View looking forward from bridge wing, past the steering pole to Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge.
View looking forward from bow, past the steering pole to Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge.
View looking aft from bow at the wheelhouse.
Close up view looking aft from bow at the wheelhouse.
General Alarm bell. Bells like this were placed in every compartment of the ship. In case of emergency, these bells would alert all crewmen.
Alternate view of galley
View from upper level of engine room. Engine room is three levels high.
Steering gear. This huge gear, shaped roughly like a quarter-circle, moves the rudder.
One of many engine room control panels.
Workbench with tools in engine room.
Middle level of engine room
Officer’s dining room
First Mate’s quarters
View from aft looking forward. Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge in background.
Alternate view from aft looking forward. Veterans Glass City Skyway Bridge in background.
View from aft looking forward at the back of the forward superstructure.
View of the Col. James M. Schoonmaker Museum Ship from shore.