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Champlain Transportation Company
Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

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Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Steamship Ticonderoga (II) "Ti"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Darren E. Hadley

Photographer

Darren E. Hadley

Date Taken

180th Anniversary

Location

Shelburne, VT
"Shelburne Museum"

Ticonderoga II

Collection:

Jim Shaughnessy

Book

Delaware & Hudson

Date Taken

Unknown

Location

Unknown
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bulletHistorical Photograph from:  Delaware & Hudson {Book}
<< Jim Shaughnessy has graciously grant permission to use photos from his book within the DHVM >>

Statistical Table of S. S. Ticonderoga

Year Completed: 1906
In Service: 1906-1932
1936-1953
Builder: Champlain Transportation Company
Port of Registry: Burlington, Vermont USA
Where Built: T. S. Marvel Shipbuilding Company; Newburgh, New York
Shelburne Shipyard; Shelburne, Vermont USA
Cost: $162,232.65 (Estimated in 1957 Dollars @ $2,700,000.00)
Length: 220 Feet
Beam: 57.5 Feet
Depth: 11.5 Feet
Draft: 7 Feet
Displacement: 892 Tons
Boilers: 2 Fire-Tube, Return Flue; 750 Horsepower each (Hand-Fired)
Coal Consumption (at full throttle) 2 Tons / Hour
Bunker Capacity:  24 Tons
Engine: Reciprocating, Vertical Beam; W. & A. Fletcher Company
Number 193
One Cylinder:  9 Foot Stroke by 53 Inch Bore
Weight of Piston:  3 Tons
Steam Pressure:  50 Pounds / Square Inch
Vacuum:  28 Inches
Smokestack: Outer shell 6 Feet in diameter, Inner Flue 5 Feet in diameter
Height above hurricane desk:  38 Feet
Paddlewheels: 2 Morgan-Type (Feathering)
Dimensions:  25 Feet in diameter
Buckets:  10 Each Wheel;  33 Inches Wide & 9 Feet long
Maximum Revolutions:  28 / Minute
Hull: Steal by T. S. Marvel Company
Speed: Cruising
Type: Day Boat - Freight, Passenger, and Excursion
Capacity: 753 Persons (1913)
1,070 Persons (1923)
Crew: Full Complement:  28
Captain/Master, Pilot, Mate, Deck Hand, Chief Engineer, Assistant Engineer, Fireman, Watchman, Quartermaster, Purser, Steward/Stewardess, Freight Clerk, Bartender, Hall & Recess Boys, Cook, Waiters, Scullion, and Mess Boy
Decks: Turtle, Saloon, Main, and Engine
Staterooms: Five available to the public
Rate (1926):  $1.50 to $3.00 / Night
Lifeboats: Six; plus One Workboat
Master(s): W. Warren Rockwell (1906-1909)
Frank G. White (1910-1919)
John Rushlow (1916, 1920-1927)
C. Grant Edson (1926, 1927-1930)
John E. Montgomery (1928, 1931-1932, 1940)
Douglas Cameron (1936-1940)
Alanson Fisher (1941-1947, 1949-1953)
Final Disposition: Shelburne Museum; Shelburne Vermont, USA
 
Created:
January 22, 2000
Last Updated:
August 20, 2007
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