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  • Hek Ki Boen Eng Chun posted a photo:

    500 Reasons to go with Black Flag Wing Chun

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    Grand River Lighthouse

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

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    Manifestation de soutien aux victimes d'Alep

  • NYAndreas posted a photo:

    Battleship  G. Averof V2  -  Athens, Greece

  • Shook Photos posted a photo:

    S.S. United States and S.S. Theodore Roosevelt, 1909 - Michigan City, Indiana

    .S.S. UNITED STATES AND S.S. THEODORE ROOSEVELT
    AT MICHIGAN CITY = IND.

    Date: 1909
    Source Type: Postcard
    Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Smith and Nissen
    Postmark: July 21, 1909, Michigan City, Indiana
    Collection: Steven R. Shook
    Remark:
    The S.S. Theodore Roosevelt was a passenger steamer built in 1906 at Toledo, Ohio, by the Toledo Shipbuilding Company, and operated commercially on Lake Michigan. The ship was ordered taken over by the United States Navy on April 6, 1918, for World War I service as a troop transport, being acquired by the Navy from the Roosevelt Steamship Company in the spring of 1918 and assigned Identification Number (Id. No.) 1478. The ship and fitted out as a troop transport during the summer and fall of 1918.

    By November 1, 1918, the S.S. Theodore Roosevelt was assigned to duty as a transport carrying troops back and forth across the English Channel between the United Kingdom and France. She continued that duty at least until April 1, 1919, and is believed to have returned to the United States sometime in April or May of 1919.

    The S.S. Theodore Roosevelt was at New York awaiting disposition as of June 1, 1919. On July 1, 1919, the ship was sold to the Cleveland Steamship Company and her name was struck from the Naval Vessel Register the same day. The S.S. Theodore Roosevelt resumed a commercial career as a passenger ship on the Great Lakes, operating on Lake Erie. In 1926, the ship was sold to the Maritime Securities Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, and underwent modifications. In 1927, the ship was again sold to the Chicago Roosevelt Steamship Company of Duluth, Minnesota; as a result this sale, the ship moved back to operating on Lake Michigan. Later, the ship operated in the Detroit, Michigan, area, and perhaps elsewhere in the Great Lakes. She was sold again to T. J. McGuire of Duluth.

    The S.S. Theodore Roosevelt appears to have been laid up sometime around 1945. She was sold in 1946 to the Cleveland and Cedar Point Steamship Company of Duluth, then again in 1947 to the Cleveland and Buffalo Steamship Company of Cleveland. Finally, the ship was sold for scrap in 1950 to the Cream City Lumber and Wrecking Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

    Copyright 2017. All rights reserved. This image and associated text may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Steven R. Shook.

  • taigatrommelchen posted a photo:

    201708051 Washington, DC

    Restaurants along E Street NW in the block between 11th Street NW and 12th Street in Downtown Washington, DC

    Restaurants entlang der E Street NW im Block zwischen der 11th Street NW und der 12th Street in Downtown Washington, DC

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  • jomak14 posted a photo:

    Fairport Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse

    The Fairport Harbor West Breakwater Light was built in 1925 and sits in Fairport Harbor, Ohio at the mouth of the Grand River. It was constructed to replace the original Fairport Harbor Lighthouse, which now serves as a marine museum. ~ www.fairportharborwestlighthouse.com/

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  • Roger Hanuk posted a photo:

    Top Kitzsteinhorn Cable Car Station

  • A Different Perspective posted a photo:

    The last of the sun

  • RossCunningham183 posted a photo:

    HMS Victory

    I was very excited to finally get to visit HMS Victory.

  • chrisinplymouth posted a photo:

    five flags a flying

    The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon

  • Larry Larsen posted a photo:

    Candy, Meteetse, WY

  • Matthew on the road posted a photo:

    Navy Day

    Yekaterinburg (Ural Mountains), Russia
    July 2017