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The steamship Ticonderoga, 220 feet and 892 tons. It was built in Shelburne in 1906 and is the last side wheel, walking beam passenger steamer in existence. It was moved 2 miles overland to the museum in 1955.

Canon EOS 6D
1/160s f/16.0 at 47.0mm iso200 full exif

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Jim's Visions18-May-2014 02:49
She's a beauty Will and the chairs complete this fine image.
Sam Rua22-Sep-2013 21:14
Another great comp, Will.
woody3421-Sep-2013 03:12
Interesting "dry docking" of this great example of paddle steam.Those red and white chairs are a great foil and the colour draws the eye...well done,Will...V
Ken Chambers ARPS20-Sep-2013 21:51
Quite unusual landscaping, with the ship on dry land and those red and white chairs. Very impressive scene Will.
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