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SS Ticonderoga Purser's office - Shelburne Museum

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    Posted 10 years ago

    potrero
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    These photos of the purser's office on the SS Ticonderoga only begin to show the classiness of this amazing ship and the Shelburne Museum near Burlington VT where it has been preserved. Fifty years ago the ship was lugged on railroad tracks out of Lake Champlain to its current location. The woodwork alone is a thing of beauty. Just one of many great exhibits at this incredible museum - a must see if you're in Burlington.

    Note also the very cool standing desk.

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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      http://shelburnemuseum.org/collections/steamboat-ticonderoga/

      Part of the fun of this site is learning. I was wonering what the connection was and I found it was MADE there! Verry cool, thanks.

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