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|USS Intrepid (Training Ship #2)
|93k||Navy VIPs gather for the keel laying of the steel bark Intrepid at Mare Island Navy Yard, 2 January 1904. She was the first all steel ship constructed at the yard. Building 112, the old sheet metal shop, is in the background, and the Navy Band was on hand for the occasion.||Darryl Baker|
|119k||The first rivets are driven for Intrepid at Mare Island Navy Yard, 2 January 1904.||Darryl Baker|
|111k||A progress view of Intrepid on the ways at Mare Island Navy Yard on 2 July 1904.||Darryl Baker|
|129k||Intrepid ready for launching at the Mare Island Navy Yard, 8 October 1904.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 76116
|85k||Intrepid ready for launching at Mare Island, 8 October 1904. The building of the left was the yard's Gate House.||Darryl Baker|
|93k||Stern view of Intrepid on the building ways, 8 October 1904 at Mare Island.||Darryl Baker|
|146k||Intrepid christening, 8 October 1904 at Mare Island Navy Yard.||Darryl Baker|
|150k||Intrepid half way down the ways on 8 October 1904 at Mare Island Navy Yard.||Darryl Baker|
|80k||Intrepid waterborne after launching at Mare Island, 8 October 1904.||Darryl Baker|
|103k||Intrepid waterborne after launching at Mare Island, 8 October 1904.
US Navy photo.
|107k||Intrepid at Mare Island Navy Yard being outfitted 1 April 1905.||Darryl Baker|
|78k||One of Intrepid's port side gun ports, taken at Mare Island Navy Yard, 1 April 1905.||Darryl Baker|
|407k||YPD-1 working on the construction of dry dock #2 at Mare Island in December 1905. Intrepid is in the background.
MINSY 587-12-1905, Navy Photo, Dec. 1905..
|159k||USTS Intrepid anchored at Yerba Buena Naval Training Station, San Francisco. The stern of receiving ship USS Pensacola is visible to the right. This photo was attached to the certificate issued to H. H. Loveless, Chief Machinist Mate USN, 25 September1907, upon completing training as an ordinary seaman after 4 months of instruction. The next year he sailed with Dewey in the Great White Fleet. He left the Navy after 2 tours but rejoined in 1924 and was in Hawaii until 1934 and retired just prior to WWII but was recalled and served through the war.||Joan Johnson and was her grandfather H. H. Loveless|
|94k||USTS Intrepid moored pierside at San Francisco (Yerba Buena or Goat Island) Training Station circa 1912.
US Navy photo from "U.S. Warships of World War 1", courtesy Paul H. Silverstone.
|135k||USTS Intrepid moored pierside at San Francisco (Yerba Buena or Goat Island) Training Station circa 1912.
US Naval History and Heritage Command, Photo No. NH 53252
|158k||USTS Intrepid at the United States Naval Training Camp, Mare Island, Calif., circa 1914. Intrepid is moored at
the camp wharf. The building on the left contained quarters for the men of the night patrol, and the wharf also had a landing for small boats.
US Naval History and Heritage Command. Photo No. NH 72962. Courtesy Shipscribe.com.
|252k||USTS Intrepid moored at the Naval Training Center, Goat Island, San Francisco Bay, CA., prior to World War I.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 78278, courtesy of Donald M. McPherson, 1973.
|63k||USTS Intrepid at the Independence Wharf at Mare Island Navy Yard in the early 1920s. She was servings as the Yard's Receiving Ship at this time.||Darryl Baker|
|100k||USTS Intrepid (front), the Army Tug T. Murphy (mid dock on the left), the Navy Tug USS Vigilant (directly behind Intrepid), Water Barge #16 & YE-30 (not visible in this photo) on the far side of the dock and cruiser USS Marblehead (rear of the dock) are pictured in Dry Dock # 2 at Mare Island Navy Yard, 18 March 1913. Picture taken looking south.||Darryl Baker|
|131k||USTS Intrepid (front), Water Barge #16 & YE-30 (port side of Intrepid and USS Marblehead), the Navy Tug USS Vigilant (directly behind Intrepid), the Army Tug T. Murphy (not visible in this photo) on the far side of the dock and cruiser USS Marblehead (rear of the dock) are pictured in Dry Dock # 2 at Mare Island Navy Yard, 8 March 1913. Picture taken looking east.||Darryl Baker|
|125k||The skeletal remains of ex-USTS Intrepid exposed on a beach in Washington state, circa 1960s.||Tommy Trampp|
|89k||YSR-42 at Pearl Harbor, circa 1944. The ship in the background is USS Oklahoma (BB-37) shown before stripping was complete. Note that the guns of No.2 turret have already been removed, but the others remain.||Robert Hurst|
|181k||YSR-42 at Pearl Harbor off Ford Island, circa 1945.||David Wright|
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