Harvest Queen Towing the Glenelvan of Glasgow, Scotland - 1897


Harvest Queen Towing the Glenelvan of Glasgow, Scotland

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The Harvest Queen, a large sternwheeler at 200 feet long, was often used as a tug to tow ocean-going sailing ships up and down the Columbia River. Built in 1878, she was dismantled in 1899, a couple years after this photo was taken. The Glenelvan, a three-masted ship, was even longer than the Harvest Queen. Built in 1895 for the grain trade, she was 265 feet long and could carry 3200 tons of cargo.

-- This photo is restored and printed by Old Oregon.

Additional Information

Item Number AA0878
Photographer Unknown
Location Columbia River
Subject Ships and Boats
Decade 1890s
Print Maker Old Oregon
Original Type Cabinet Card
Size of Original No
Photographer's Number No