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"Birmingham" "Salem" "Creole" "Malden" and steam lighter "New England" at dock latter part of September 1907. [BS_VP_5_15]
"Birmingham" and "Salem" at fitting out dock, looking northwest and over present site of joiner and pattern shop, M.B. shop, etc. [BS_VP_5_16]
"Nevada" at fitting out dock, "Cushing" in slip showing masts and stacks, submarines under construction at old berths. Very good view showing channel from open sea to the plant. [BS_VP_5_74]
"Newton" and "Rivdvia" at dock. Note the extensions to machine shop and removal of galvanizing plant from between forge and powerhouse. [BS_VP_5_31]
Extension for pit in machine shop in place, new ship carpenter shop, new No.43 building, Rivadavia at dock, new boiler shop [BS_VP_5_54]
General view of yard before new steel mill, galvanizing building or yard office were built [BS_VP_5_63]
Looking east from the roof of the machine shop, showing the turret erecting yard with cranes and the Everett and herman Winter [BS_VP_5_9]
Looking southeast from the fire control station on the "Nevada" sowing "Frieda" "Henley" "Cushing" [BS_VP_5_69]
Looking wast from the roof of the machine shop showing "Malden" "Everett" and "H.B. Dimock" [BS_VP_5_10]
Submarne hulls Nos. 128-9 and 103-1 under construction in submarine shed, this shed sed for submarine constructon until winter of 1913. [BS_VP_5_2]
Taken from the approximate present site of the fuel oil storage tanks, showing the old office building the annealing plant and the forge. [BS_VP_5_25]
Taken from the roof of the new office building, looking east and showing the Rivadavia in the crane structure. The old annex, the Vermont House, and the lumber storage yard. [BS_VP_5_24]
View of Bethelehem Steel Fore River Shipyard. Text on the image reads, "A view of the Fore River Plant taken from the wireless tower on the main office building, looking southeast towards Hayward's Creek. The long building in the righ foreground is the lumber store, also a row of garages showing over the roof of same and on southerly side of Howard Avenue, taken before ship shed and before extension was made for "Nevada" single destroyer on stocks near submarine shed, after store was extended."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, ""New Jersey" on ways, test laboratory not yet built. Ship tool shop and anglesmith shop connected. "Providence" at dock. Joiner shop and mold loft still two stories.
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, "Chipping room at foundry closed in but no windows, new building for ship carpenter practicaly finished, measuring tank apparently being used for storage, near the annealing plant. Locomotive repairs back of foundary, klondike in operation, old sawmill in operation."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, "Five ton car crane at test lot, yard office building, main store extended to rivet store. "Rivadavia" stacks at powerhouse, suction dredge "New Orleans" in cowpen. Chipping and cleaning room at foundry in frame. "Henley" on stocks near submarine building. New galvanizing plnat. Extension on submarine building shed, drilling for water outside power house."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, "Galvanizing plant showing between forge and powerhouse, "Rivadavia" uptakes near annealing plant, brass foundry extended chipping room not yet built, pit extension on machine shop, new sand bins at foundry, new rivet store between store and pattern storage."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, "Herman Winters" and "Everett" in cowpen. "Creole" "Malden" "New England" "Birmingham" and "Salem" at dock, "Startling" at coal pocket. Pontoons for use at stern of "Creole" can be seen on the beach."
View of the Bethlehem Steel Fore River Shipyard (previously Fore Engine Company). Text on the image reads, "Old galvanizing plant still in place, stocks being built between powerhouse and forge, blacksmiths office still in building, sheet metal shop in No.4 building."
View of the lower yard taken from the roof of the old steel mill showing "Vermont" at the dock. [BS_VP_5_3]