Given the hold shots from Wavertree in yesterday’s post, can you guess the vessels?  Answers at the end of this post.

While under construction . . . looking aft.

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During dormancy and along the port side looking aft?

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During restoration and looking aft . . . .

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During rejuvenation and looking forward . . . Sept. 2009.  The rest of the photos, starting with the one below, all show parts of the same vessel.

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A closeup taken from the photo above.

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Outside same vessel showing corner of a hatch cover.

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Day-Peckinpaugh in the sixth boro in September 2009.

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Day-Peckinpaugh between Locks 2 and 3 in Waterford in September 2014

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Day-Peckinpaugh is expected to be towed to Buffalo at some point in August 2015.   If you live within reach of the Erie Canal, you might want to get shots of her making a highly unusual transit.  Here’s more on the first (2005) phase of D-P’s second life.

Holds shown above were 1) Onrust, 2) SS United States, and 3) Wavertree.  Thanks to all who’ve helped arrange access.

Here’s another interior shot from last year.

And this is a self-indulgent set of photos.