Steamer Philadelphia Passing Point Aux Barques Life Saving Station
This spectacular 1868 vessel was one of the first metal hulls on the Great Lakes. Sails were used whenever possible to save fuel. The Philadelphia was lost in a tragic collision with the Albany and now lies in 125 feet of Lake Huron waters. The early tug Sport can be seen towing a log raft in the foreground.
Image 11.5″ x ” with 2″ borders. Signed and numbered edition of 150. Printed on watercolor stock.