Steamer Philadelphia Passing Point Aux Barques Life Saving Station

$150.00

In Stock

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.