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Steamship Savannah Segment from "Savannah's Famous Ships"
 
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In 1819, a small ship left the port city of Savannah, GA and sailed into the history; the SS Savannah became the first vessel ever to cross the Atlantic Ocean using steam power. Even though the Savannah only used steam for a portion of its journey, it was a historic voyage that foreshadowed the future of ocean travel. This segment is a clip from Michael Jordan's hour-long documentary "Savannah's Famous Ships." www.shipsofsavannah.com
Views: 10920 Michael Jordan
The Great Atlantic Liners Part 1 Documentary
 
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Robert Fulton Invents the Steamboat
 
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Robert Fulton thức tỉnh thế giới với tàu thủy hơi nước năm 1807 Translator: Trần Hà Anh
Views: 35555 Ngan Phan
Exploring A 170 Year Old Passenger Steamship
 
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Hows it going explorers so in todays video we travelled up to Bristol to explore a 170 year old passenger steamship. This video is slightly different to what i usually do comment below if you enjoyed this and where you want me to go next. SS Great Britain History SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, which was advanced for her time. She was the longest passenger ship in the world from 1845 to 1854. She was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York. While other ships had been built of iron or equipped with a screw propeller, Great Britain was the first to combine these features in a large ocean-going ship. She was the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, which she did in 1845, in the time of 14 days. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Exploring The Worlds Most Haunted Prison https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uwigya3rUv8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- For more videos like this check out #abandoned #urbex #abandonedplaces
Views: 3668 Abandoned Explorer
Steamship America - Full Documentary
 
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Before high speed internet, telephones and even Highway 61, Minnesota's North Shore was connected by water--specifically a fleet of sailing vessels and steamers that hauled mail, fish, freight and passengers to communities up and down the remote coastline. The Steamer America was a star in the early 1900s, with her speed and relative luxury she became a vital lifeline and a friend to many. Her eventual sinking in 1928 was like losing a family member. WDSE's new historical documentary weaves oral histories, new & vintage photographs, newspaper accounts and dramatic images to capture life on the shore in the early days of the 20th Century--a time when the Steamer America became legend. Learn more at http://www.wdse.org/specials/steamship
Views: 10289 WDSE WRPT - PBS
Historical old Steamship
 
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A little video of the S.S. Badger I'm working on this summer. Here is the Boat coming in and unloading and reloading for another crossing on Lake Michigan.
Views: 23164 THE WAYNE DIARIES
Titanic Steam Engines - Steam Culture
 
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Steaming on through our series on steam boats, we finally get to the Titanic. Considered a pinnacle in engineering, this boat had some incredible power generation. Today, Brent will talk about what it took to move the behemoth through the sea. While almost everyone knows the fate of the Titanic, many don't know what it took to get this boat moving. Incredible amounts of steam needed to be generated to move the steam engines that powered the boat. Watch as Brent talks about the boilers that were used to help move the Titanic. Want to thank Hoe Ishetmogeliijk https://www.youtube.com/Hoe%20ishetmogelijk for their incredible model of the engine system in the Titanic. Please visit their channel to see the video in action! Key Terms: Titanic Engine Titanic Steam Boiler Double Ended Scotch Marine Boilers Titanic's 4th Smoke Stack Steam Education Steam Culture Remember the value of your boiler system, maintain it properly and save cost in the future. Need Steam Boiler Parts quick? Check out our online boiler parts store, www.BoilerWAREhouse.com. +40,000 parts in stock! 502-968-2211 - Need a Boiler Rental? We offer nationwide boiler rental. Get a quote within an hour! 4steamware.com - Purchase clever, steam industry themed t-shirts. All proceeds go to Kosair Charities. YouTube Channel: youtube.com/wareboilers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WareInc Twitter: twitter.com/wareinc Website: www.wareinc.com Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Wareinc
Views: 136971 wareboilers
Steam Ship - SNL
 
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When a ship runs aground, the women and children are loaded onto lifeboats first – until two passengers (Larry David, Sen. Bernie Sanders) voice their objections. Get more SNL on Hulu Plus: http://www.hulu.com/saturday-night-live Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SaturdayNigh... SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/ Subscribe to SNL: https://goo.gl/tUsXwM Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
Views: 1699163 Saturday Night Live
Steam ship and Paddle Wheel, detail of Engine
 
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Historic steam ship with a steam engine.
Views: 7705 WildlyFunny
The First Steam Turbine (1927)
 
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Item title reads: "The first steam turbine. S.Y. 'Turbinia' - built by Sir Charles Parsons in 1884 - severed - part to be preserved in South Kensington Science Museum." Wallsend on Tyne M/S ship in dock area with large crane. A huge section is being moved into place, lowered by the crane. Note: Item Title missing from transferred material . FILM ID:686.25 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 5935 British Pathé
The Most Powerful Steam-Electric Ship Ever Built: The SS NORMANDIE
 
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The SS Normandie ocean liner built for the French Line CGT entering service in 1935 as the largest and fastest passenger vessel afloat.
Views: 157945 DOCUMENTARY TUBE
Steamship TSS Earnslaw New Zealand 2003.
 
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The twin srew steamship TSS Earnslaw on Lake Wakatipu South Island New Zealand travels from Queenstown to Walter Peak High Country Farm September 2003. This steamer has been working on this lake since 1912.
Views: 17682 AirflowNZ
S/S REX
 
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S/S Rex is a small tug operated by a non-profit association as a museum ship where you can experience the life on a small steam ship on Strömsholms canal. The tug was built 1902 at Thorskogs Mek. Verkstad AB, Torskog It was commissioned by Andersson & Lindberg, Gothenburg with the name Rex. At the end of the First World War Rex was bought by ASEA. Rex was used to tow barges on Strömsholms canal and on Mälaren. About 40.000 ton coal/year was transported from Stockholm to Surahammars mill. Competition from trucks made canal traffic unprofitable and since 1966 Rex is a museum ship. Nowadays Rex has his home port in Torshälla but from time to time the boat can be seen on Strömsholm Canal. Rex is fitted to work on the canal. Both chimney and wheelhouse can be folded down so the tug can pass under low bridges. Length: 15,20 meters Width: 3,90 meters Depth: 1,70 meters Engine: compound steam engine 80 Ihp (Indicated horsepower) Fuel: coal Boiler type: Scotch marine boiler, from Rex sister boat Inga-Maj. Installed in Rex 1989-1990. Fire surface: 25 M² Maximum pressure: 7.00 kg / cm² The boiler manufacturer: Thorskogs Mechanical Workshop, Thorskog Boiler built: 1913 The Strömsholm Canal (Swedish: Strömsholms kanal) runs from Smedjebacken to Lake Mälaren near Strömsholm. It is 62 miles long with 26 locks. It consists of a string of lakes connected by short manmade cuts.
Views: 16839 Torsten Nilsson
"HMS Warrior" 1860, Ironclad Battleship of the age of Sail and Steam "Portsmouth Historic Dockyard."
 
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HMS Warrior was the first armour-plated, iron-hulled warship, built for the Royal Navy in response to the first ironclad warship, the French Gloire, launched a year earlier. Other Historic Ships on my Channel HMS Victory ; http://youtu.be/kTUz6nUgvIk HMS Trincomalee; http://youtu.be/sFiWdEBLfyE HMS Belfast; http://youtu.be/RqAfBIwkSkc Chatham Historic Dockyard; http://youtu.be/QXMGKWMh-Po Cutty Sark; http://youtu.be/qwYREGkcGRc Royal Navy Submarine Museum; http://youtu.be/ZiBASCWdvlk When completed in October 1861, Warrior was the largest, fastest, most heavily armed and most heavily armoured warship the world had seen. She was almost twice the size of Gloire and thoroughly outclassed the French ship in speed, armour, and gunnery. Warrior did not introduce any radical new technology, but for the first time combined steam engines, rifled breech-loading guns, iron construction, iron armour, and the propeller in one ship, and all built to an unprecedented scale. Her construction started a competition between guns and armour that did not end until air power made battleships obsolete in the Second World War. Warrior became an early example of the trend towards rapid battleship obsolescence and was withdrawn as a fighting unit in May 1883. Listed as part of the National Historic Fleet, Core Collection, she is now a museum ship in Portsmouth, England.
Views: 34196 Kevin Kilpatrick
S.S Savannah - The 1st transatlantic steamer
 
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SS Savannah was an American hybrid sailing ship/sidewheel steamer built in 1818. She is notable for being the first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean, a feat that was accomplished from May to June 1819, although only a fraction of the distance was covered with the ship under steam power. The rest was sailed by wind power. In spite of her historic voyage, Savannah was not a commercial success as a steamship and was converted back into a sailing ship shortly after returning from Europe.
SS Great Britain, A visit to Brunel's Great Ocean Liner 2012. Bristol, UK
 
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SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, advanced for her time. She was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York. While other ships had previously been built of iron or equipped with a screw propeller, Great Britain was the first to combine these features in a large ocean-going ship. She was the first iron steamer to cross the Atlantic, which she did in 1845, in the time of 14 days. When launched in 1843, Great Britain was by far the largest vessel afloat. However, her protracted construction and high cost had left her owners in a difficult financial position, and they were forced out of business in 1846 after the ship was stranded by a navigational error.
Views: 61076 Kevin Kilpatrick
Steam Engine - How Does It Work
 
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Thanks for watching! Feel free to ask me questions in the comment section. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2825050&ty=h Facebook: http://facebook.com/realengineering1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brianjamesmcmanus Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fiosracht Thanks to davidrobert2007 for allowing me to use his fantastic footage for this video. Full video available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reh79gYsaQE A big thank you to Dr. Nathan Quinlan, my thermodynamics lecturer from NUI Galway, for helping me with the research for this video. https://www.youtube.com/user/NathanMechEng "Infinite Perspective" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Views: 868641 Real Engineering
Ship steam engine starting
 
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Very nice steam engine from a ship in switzerland. This padde steamer cruise on the lake Geneva between Lausanne (SW) and Evian in France.
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Steam Tug Hercules STEAM UP!
 
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Steam up on the Steam Tug Hercules, at Hyde Street Pier, in San Francisco, California. This is just a small snippet of the hours of footage my father and I filmed. A special THANK YOU to Erik Olsen, and the volunteer crew of the Hercules. For more information about the Hercules and to donate, visit: https://www.nps.gov/safr/learn/historyculture/hercules.htm
Views: 256909 Wesley Harcourt
Steam Vessel George Stephenson - Backstage
 
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Steam Vessel George Stephenson Ein Film von Lutz Biewirth In all these auxiliary systems, equipped with the necessary safety devices, and in many other instances (e.g. port-holes) the relics in maritime attributes got a place and had to be refurbished, and made functioning by the craftsmen-with-passion for the technical beauty. When the ship is finished and sailing many will wonder how these systems and their integrated parts are connected. That is all behind the carpentry, like the arteries and nerves in the human body under the skin. Not visible, but behind a beauty and a joy forever. Then there are the accommodations, the lounge, the bedrooms, the caboose, the engine rooms and the decks. The struggle the carpenter had to endure to find a place everything to be placed in a room. Often a mock-up was made with everything in place made of triplex or cardboard. The master carpenter often quoted his masters by saying: "You first have to make it, before you are going to make it". Three years later (May 2011) the progress made is considerable and the last finishing touches are applied. The steam boiler is at its place in tango with the Compound C steam engine that once served on a Clyde puffer. The diesel engine (the Gardner), has been placed a level lower than the boiler/steam-engine combination both connected through axis and gearboxes with the propeller. The cockpit is in place, shines beautifully and instruments are being mounted there. The vessel after its second primer paint has been painted 7 times and finally is in its final colours and on display, full of grace. The exhausts of the engines and boiler have been connected to the chimney which proudly displays the logo of the old Strick-line from the past. Old ships like the cruise ship the RMS "Windsor Castle" ( Margarita L) make a reappearance by the use of her solid doors; the application of sucupira wood on the floor; wood that once served as dancing floor at a paddle-boat on the river Thames. Wood and doors also from the cruise ship "France", later to be known as the "Norway". Ships with a long history both finding their end on the shores of India where their final dismantling took place. Strik travelled to India to lay his hands on attributes just in time to save these for destruction. Or in the case of the Norway entered in a deal with Norwegian collectors who had captured a great part of nostalgia form the Norway. On his travels to India mr Strik could acquire a cargo of tropical teak wood, coming from a building built in 1880. The teak wood used comes from trees that were planted in the 11th century, judging from the year-rings. It is now a millennium later, being applied on the decks and stairs of the George Stephenson. Another famous ship is the French aircraft carrier the (George) Clemenceau, the hero from the first world war, built after the second world war (ordered by President Charles de Gaulle). A few years ago she made her last journey from Toulouse to India, pursued by action groups, ordered back to France by President Chirac to Toulouse and Brest so as to wait and find an acceptable haven to dismantle. That ultimate haven was found in the UK with Able UK. It has been agreed between Able UK and mr Strik, thanks to his network and his sharp eye, that part of the screw of the Clemenceau will be salvaged en recast into two new screws for the George Stephenson.
Views: 35713 Lu Bie
Steam Turbine - 1946 British Council Film Collection - CharlieDeanArchives / Archival Footage
 
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An informative account of the history, manufacture, and scientific principles behind a steam turbine. 'The rotary steam engine; early designs of Hero of Alexandria, and Branca, and the Pelton wheel. Parsons' steam turbine explained by animated diagram. Turbines fitted in ships, and turbo-generators in large power stations.' (Films of Britain - British Council Film Department Catalogue - 1946) This film has been made available for non-commercial research and educational purposes courtesy the British Council Film Collection . The British Council Film Collection consists of 120 short documentaries made by the British Council during the 1940s designed to show the world how Britain lived, worked and played. View, download and play with the Collection at www.britishcouncil.org/film . CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!
Views: 2640 Charlie Dean Archives
Steam Ship at Sea
 
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Just another routine day at sea. On a 900 ft container ship. The ship is powered by a steam turbine and reduction gear setup rated at 32,000 HP.
Views: 45354 Kayyloose
Interlake Steamship Company's 2018 Shipping Season Underway
 
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With more than 100 years of delivering bulk cargoes on the Great Lakes, we always embrace the start of the shipping season with great excitement and inspiration. We'll surely face challenges as we crisscross the Lakes from March to January but we'll overcome each one because our crews, our boats and our company are #MadeInAmerica. Here's to a safe and prosperous year for all of our dedicated sailing and shoreside employees and fellow merchant mariners on the Lakes!
Steam Boat History
 
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Steam Boat Project for Jack and Austin
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CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO.
 
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In 1839, Canadian-born Samuel Cunard was awarded the first British transatlantic steamship mail contract, and the next year formed the British and North American Royal Mail Steam-Packet Company to operate the line's four pioneer paddle steamers on the Liverpool--Halifax--Boston route. For most of the next 30 years, Cunard held the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic voyage. However, in the 1870s Cunard fell behind its rivals, the White Star Line and the Inman Line. To meet this competition, in 1879 the firm was reorganized as Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd to raise capital.[1] In 1902, White Star joined the American owned International Mercantile Marine Co. and the British Government provided Cunard with substantial loans and a subsidy to build two superliners needed to retain its competitive position. Mauretania held the Blue Riband from 1909 to 1929. The sinking of her sister ship Lusitania in 1915 was one of the causes of the United States' entering the First World War. In the late 1920s, Cunard faced new competition when the Germans, Italians and French built large prestige liners. Cunard was forced to suspend construction on its own new superliner because of the Great Depression. In 1934 the British Government offered Cunard loans to finish the Queen Mary and to build a second ship, the Queen Elizabeth, on the condition that Cunard merged with the then ailing White Star line to form Cunard White-Star Ltd. Cunard owned two-thirds of the new company. Cunard purchased White Star's share in 1947; the name reverted to the Cunard Line in 1950.[1]
Views: 8151 cunardliner32
Steam ship main engine warm up how to
 
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My first tutorial on how to warm up a steam ship turbine in preparation for departure
Views: 15627 Steam Guy
Ylands - STEAM ENGINE SHIP VOYAGE! - Ylands Multiplayer Gameplay & Ship Sailing
 
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Steam Engine Ship Voyage in Ylands Multiplayer Gameplay! Taking the Steam Powered Ship in Ylands on a voyage to find an island! This steam engine ship goes super fast but uses a lot of fuel. Sailing a ship may be better but not as awesome! This is Ylands multiplayer gameplay & roleplay ►Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1rsLSbsz0Y2blrWDZ_-8Qw?sub_confirmation=1 ►Beautiful OB: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgVDjpyBZa8wiSAd9oNi7RQ ►More YLands Gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVOfKuEH7nbNypCeCdUtCL2y6j5W0j8ls - - - - - - - About YLands Sandbox Gameplay: "Ylands is a sandbox exploration adventure game. It will immediately amaze you by its visuals. It lets you build a low-poly island (yland) of your choice and allows you to place it anywhere in the world – fully reflecting the resources, weather and wildlife of your chosen climate zone." YLands Steam Early Access Download: http://store.steampowered.com/app/298610/Ylands/ - - - - - - - Want to see more? Make sure to check these out: ►Twitter : https://twitter.com/spycakes ►Discord : https://discord.gg/spycakes ►Shirts and Merch : https://teespring.com/stores/spycakes End Slate music provided by http://www.teknoaxe.com/
Views: 399572 SpyCakes
Steamship Volund, The Mystery in the Race
 
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History: On September 26, 1908 while in a dense fog the steamship Volund Sank in a collision with the steamship Commonwealth. The Volund was discovered on October 9, 2003 by the NOAA vessel Thomas Jefferson. The first dive operations by the crew of the Baccala were conducted October 17th, 2003, eight days after her discovery. The team confirmed the shipwreck to be that of the Norwegian Tramp Steamer Volund. For more information goto: http://www.soundunderwatersurvey.com/SUS/Wrecks/volund.htm
Views: 1164 Mark Munro
King: The Quest for the Ann Sisson, Ottawa's lost steamship
 
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The year was 1860 and Queen Victoria had recently selected Ottawa as the permanent capital. It was said that she despised travelling on water due to seasickness, so the first official royal visit to the Province of Canada was made by the Queen’s 18-year-old son, Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. A ship was needed to transport the Prince to his engagements and so the steamship Anne Sisson was called into service. Afterward the vessel was returned to its duties as a lumber steamer, later becoming a passenger steamer. Records show in 1871, the once good-enough-for-a-Prince ship was stripped and abandoned in the Ottawa River. Urban historian Andrew King I had become intrigued with this piece of Ottawa history and decided to embark upon a quest to find it. Video by Jean Levac/Postmedia
Views: 4625 Ottawa Citizen
Model Ship: Early 1900's Steam Ship Ocean Liner. HD Video 12/2414 Finish Project part 8
 
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1900's Steam Ship.This project..is finished
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The Steamboat - History Key Assignment - February 2014
 
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10TH GRADE HISTORY ASSIGNMENT A video about Robert Fulton and his steamboat, and the effects the steamboat had on world industrialization.
Views: 36137 Nessa Bloom
Final Voyage of Canada's last Great Lakes steamship ALGOMA MONTREALAIS on the Welland Canal
 
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The last Canadian Great Lakes steamship, the SS ALGOMA MONTREALAIS, made her last-ever passage down the Welland Canal on Dec. 27, 2014. My video shows her downbound, approaching Lock 3 from below the Glendale Bridge, then entering and being lowered in Lock 3. By nightfall, she exits Lock 3 and passes the upbound HON .PAUL J. MARTIN, and finally heads into the darkness beyond the Homer Bridge. Although I didn't realize it at the time, this turned out to be the last time that this venerable steamer would ever pass through Niagara: she traveled on to Montreal for her winter layup, but by the summer of 2015 it was announced that she had been sold and was towed to Turkey for scrapping. This video documents her final trip along the Welland Canal. Also see here at Lock 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjRa9zyOQc4 .
Views: 465 RightInNiagara
RC Steam Ship SAKURA's Steam engine & boiler
 
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RC Steam Ship SAKURA's Steam engine & boiler SC1A(Robert A. Graham)  and BT-1(Saito) ラジコン技術2010.8月号掲載
Views: 5954 uesakasan
Railway Steam Ship Models at Railway Museum York
 
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Railway Steam Ship Models at Railway Museum York
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Steam Ship Atlantic - part 4
 
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Mike Fletcher's passion to find the SS Atlantic
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How Does The Steamship Work?
 
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A high boiler pressure would quickly raise the piston, but denser steam was harder, making a slow work stroke. A cylinder and piston, rather like a bicycle pump but much bigger. There were also many other people working on this technology at the time. The first on early steamships, the steam engine turned paddle wheels that moved ship along, but by 1850s most ships were using propellers (first fitted to a steamship in 1839), instead. Howstuffworks science. This in and out movement (which is also known as 'reciprocating') used to drive the steam powered boats could travel at astonishing speed of up daring steamboat races captured imagination country3 systems and, eventually, moved france work on canals. In 1801, a small steamer called the charlotte dundas ran trials on forth and clyde about steamboats long before robert fulton's clermont made steam reliable power source for boating, man named john fitch launched trial run of to escape, undoubtedly many did, however, slave crews were also closely watched, often captain would keep any slaves in chains when not working though tubular boilers did displace flue boiler british practice great degree 1850, examples use america at that date, but pressure 145 pounds per square inch; While other vessel is fitted with ordinary compound engines, 90 except mississippi, most western rivers shallow, seasons drought, water levels could fluctuate as much 40 feet few weeks. Htm "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Chronology of the development steamships 1783 1894 newcomen did find a way to produce rotary motion, but his steam engine was too large and bulky fit into ship. Great steam powered paddlewheel riverboats have plied the rivers of united states for 200 years. The steamboat there have undoubtedly been other paddle steamers that used a simple engine such as this one, but most large sea going the waverly, launched in 1946 three double acting cylinders (see 'by way' inset animation for an illustration of cylinder). Steamboat works by hattie bice on prezihow does the steamship work? Youtubehow do steamboats work. Encyclopedia articles coming to america on a steamship history engine tools for the industrial revolution steamships open door web site. Steamboat works by hattie bice on prezi the steamship. In the 1790s, samuel morey, a vermont inventor created prototype steam engine for boats. Livingston was a lawyer from new york who less bricks, weight and therefore draft of the boat. Watt added a crank and flywheel to his engine so that it could provide rotary motion nice if did. Robert fulton is traditionally credited with the first practical use of steam engine. Learn about the development how steam technology works however, it was 1763 before jonathan hull granted first steamship patent for a tug boat port use that used savory's engine to power water wheela steamship, often referred as steamer, is type of powered vessel, typically ocean faring and seaworthy, propelled by one or more engines drive (turn) propellers paddl
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Princess Marguerite steamship 1976 TV commercial
 
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A vintage 1970s television commercial for the S.S. Princess Marguerite steamship (actually it's the SS Princess Marguerite II as the first one was sunk in World War II)
Views: 7679 robatsea2009
Steam Ship Atlantic - part 5
 
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Mike suits up for the dive with hat and camera
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Steamship America: Boat Day
 
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Learn about one of the early darlings of Minnesota's north shore in "Steamship America: A North Shore Legend." The WDSE-TV documentary captures the story of a small steamer that followed the Lake Superior shoreline, supplying communities with mail, goods, and livelihoods from 1902-1928. More information at www.wdse.org
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Märklin 16150 (Marklin) Ocean Liner Viktoria (EN) Model overview
 
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Overview nice big boy's toy - Ocean Liner Viktoria made by Märklin (Marklin) in 2002. One series production, full metal and very nice. All parts made by metal, including boats. 98 cm length, about 38 cm high, and 12 kg weight. Very detailed model. Can float. Comes with a windup motor. Ready for installation of a ship’s boiler. Reproduction of Märklin passenger steam ship from the early 1920s. Metal hull and superstructure. Finely detailed representation of the superstructure assemblies, cranes, lifeboats, etc. Information about the model: A ship is one of the toys that has always reflected Man’s homesickness and his desire to conquer the seas. For that reason it has always had an appropriate place in the Märklin program in all sizes. There you would find in addition to sailboats and frigates with elaborate and colorful paintwork the first steam ships and paddle wheel boats. In addition to these models of ships and boats there were also the richly equipped ocean liners, a sought after export item as early as the turn of the century. The “Viktoria” steam ship’s design and paint work reminds one of the “Rhein” ocean liner model that was produced in 1919 by Märklin. This model of ship was a very good reproduction of the latest (at that time) Hapag-Lloyd steam ships and represented a small work of art with its three stacks, its sides with window and portholes, the masts and rigging as well as the small life boats.
Views: 1552 Lwiwjany
Paddle wheel steamship HOHENTWIEL on Lake Constance 02: getting started
 
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Getting off the docking site at Hard, the engine is first inching the ship forward before slowly backing it out of the harbor. Commands are given from the bridge to the engine operator by ringing a bell. The date: 13 October 2013 The steam engine is a tribute to the workmanship of a hundred years ago. While most of the ship is actually a rebuild on a basic still original frame, the engine survived in a state that allowed to get it back into operating conditions. The steam boilers had to be replaced however.
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Panama Canal Voyage: "Over Sapphire Seas" 1934 Panama-Pacific Steamship Company Travelogue
 
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Travelogues, Travel Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF708C90E00C131FB more at http://travel.quickfound.net/ "An ocean journey from New York City to the West Coast via the Atlantic Coast, Havana and the Panama Canal. on an all-electric ocean liner. Exceptionally good quality and visual content." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panama_Pacific_Line Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Panama Pacific Line was a subsidiary line of International Mercantile Marine (IMM) established to carry passengers and freight between the U.S. East and West Coasts via the Panama Canal. Although IMM had begun preparations for this intercoastal service as far back as 1911, service began in May 1915 with the former Red Star Line (another IMM subsidiary line) ships Kroonland and Finland. When landslides in September 1915 closed the canal for an extended time, Kroonland and Finland were reassigned to the IMM's American Line. The outbreak of World War I and its strain on international shipping caused the intercoastal route to be abandoned. In 1923, Kroonland and Finland were returned to the resurrected intercoastal route along with the American Line passenger steamer SS Manchuria. Manchuria's sister ship Mongolia supplanted Kroonland on the route in 1925. Three ships featuring steam turbines and electric drive—California, Pennsylvania, and Virginia—came into service beginning in 1928, replacing all of the other ships on the intercoastal service. These three newest ships featured a drive-on service for passengers' automobiles, which allowed passengers to disembark with their car at ports of call, like Havana, a stop added in the early 1930s. In 1936, California, docked at San Pedro, California, was the setting for the SS California strike, which contributed to the demise of the International Seamen's Union and the creation of the National Maritime Union. By 1938, the intercoastal service had ended and the three electric ships, California, Pennsylvania, and Virginia were sold for use on South American routes. Ships of the Panama Pacific Line - SS Kroonland - SS Finland - SS Manchuria - SS Mongolia - SS California - SS Virginia - SS Pennsylvania
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Great Ships - The Frigates Documentary
 
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Welcome Aboard: Steamship Cason J. Callaway.
 
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Just a little something from my first few days as a deck cadet aboard the Steamer Cason J. Callaway. (This is my first video edit and was all done on my iPhone, so take it easy on me). Song: East end of Gary, by Darrell Scott.
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Steamship Connaught: First Footage
 
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First ROV footage of the steamship Connaught.
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Vintage Steamship Virginia V
 
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The vintage Steamship Virginia V is the only steam powered, wooden hulled, propellor driven vessel of her kind west of the Atlantic seaboard. The Virginia V is the last steam powered remnant of the once bustling "Mosquito Fleet" on Puget Sound, the name for the hundreds of privately operated steam vessels that connected communities of Puget Sound before the advent of our modern road system. The Virginia V was built in 1922 near Olalla, WA, but her steam plant, removed from the Virginia IV was made in 1897. Recorded in 2008 by North Woods Productions. http://www.northwoodsproductions.com
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Jeremy Clarkson Pt3
 
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Isambard Kingdom Brunel, (9 April 1806 15 September 1859), was an English engineer. He is best known for the creation of the Great Western Railway, a series of famous steamships, including the first propeller-driven transatlantic steamship, and numerous important bridges and tunnels. His designs revolutionised public transport and modern engineering. During his short career, Brunel achieved many engineering "firsts", including assisting in the building of the first tunnel under a navigable river and development of SS Great Britain, the first propeller-driven ocean-going iron ship, which was at the time (1843) also the largest ship ever built. His steamship the Great Eastern played a significant part in laying the first lasting transatlantic telegraph cable in 1865
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