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Waterborne vehicles have no brakes, but they do have fenders and wheels.  Check out Urger’s wheel.

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Pioneer’s wheel has same design in metal.

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Schooner Anne’s not surprisingly features carved designs.
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USCG Eagle (ex-Horst Wessel) has three wheels in tandem, six sets of hands at the wheel.

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So, here’s the wheel of the tug Cornell.  Why only stubs left where spokes once projected?

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