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Center truss for ship tool shop, steam shovel can be seen at work on "Des Moines" bvuildinbg slip also masts of schooner discharging lumber. [BS_VP_1_46]
Corner of machine shop showing main engines "Lawrence" and "MacDonough" Fore River Engine Works-Weymouth Landing [BS_VP_1_33]
Corner of powerouse, machine shop, "Des Moines" on stocks, ship tool shop, and end of joiner shop [BS_VP_1_73]
Foundations for large hammer anvil block and forge building looking to the east, between the derricks can be seen work on the foundations for the power house. [BS_VP_1_41]
Image depicting the launch of the USS Diamond Shoals built at the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard's (previously Fore Engine Company) East Braintree location. This was the first steel vessel built on the South Shore.
Image of two engine models from the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore River Engine Company).
Launch of "Lawrence" at East Braintree. Note width of river compared to length of vessel. [BS_VP_1_38]
Looking southeasterly from Howard Street at head of Bent's Creek, old stone polishing shed at right. [BS_VP_1_66]
Looking towards the north, showing masonary foundation walk under construction for the machine shop. [BS_VP_1_21]
Old bridge over Weymouth Fore River at Weymouth Landing and East Braintree with the bulkhead of the old plant in the foreground. Wreck of the "Yankee Blade" on mud. [BS_VP_1_22]
Old plant at East Braintree showing building shed over the "Lawrence" and "MacDonough" and the Cape Cat Bort "Alida" [BS_VP_1_16]
Original brass foundry Quincy plant, immediately behind this building was later built the large ship crane structure. [BS_VP_1_59]
Ship tool shop under construcion, steam shovel can be seen in distance excavating for "Des Moines" building slip, also masts of schooner discharging lumber.
Shiptool shop in frame, building in center first office in new plant used by C.O. Millar for construction work. [BS_VP_1_49]
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company) in Quincy, MA. Text written on the image reads "Looking through plate yard with joiner and pattern shops and mold loft at left, power house and machine shop in center and ship tool shop with shed over furnaces at right."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore River Engine Company). Pictured is the site of the machine shop, F.O. Wellington and C.O. Millar behind a lumber delivery, the barn that became the Fire Engine House, as well as a house on the "Redding Estate", patches coal wharf, and the tower at Shepard's Coal Wharf in the background.
View of the Weymouth Fore River and Weymouth, MA shoreline from the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard's (previously Fore Engine Company) East Braintree location. The bow of the ship named Diamond Shoals is visible on the right.
Water front view of East Braintree Plant showing arrangement of buildings. Slip in center where "Diamond Shoals" was built. [BS_VP_1_17]