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Barge Alabama In Detour Michigan

Item #P13-17


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Product Description:

You are looking at the Barge Alabama In Detour Michigan. The Alabama was once a Great Lakes Passenger Steamer way back in the early 1900’s and then was out of service in 1942. It later was converted into a non-powered barge in 1961. It was final scrapped for parts in 2006.

As passage to Lake Superior became easier Detour Village became a stop for ships as a fueling station for those that required firewood to churn their propellers through the water.

You will also find below the picture the words: ALABAMA as a barge at Detour, Michigan.

This would be a perfect addition for anyone that has a Great Lakes collection!

This is being sold as-is.


Picture Frame: 15 1/2″ x 12 1/2″
Weight: 2 lbs.

You will be shipped the Barge Alabama In Detour Michigan shown in the photos

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