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|89k||1878 magazine engraving of US Torpedo Boat (Stromboli) USS Spuyten Duyvil.||Tommy Trampp|
|128k||Heavily retouched photograph, circa 1864, mounted on a mat containing four sketches and the following inscriptions: (at bottom) "U.S. Iron-clad Torpedo Boat 'Spuyten Duyvil' Designed by Chf. Engr. Wm. W.W. Wood U.S.N. Genl. Inspector &c. for the Navy"; and (at top) "Constructed for the Navy Department 1864." The sketches include (at top) two kinds of explosive shells for the ship's spar torpedoes; and (at bottom) the explosions of torpedo warheads during tests in May 1864.
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Gift of Mrs. Wilmina deB. McGuire, 11 September 1944.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 75531
|109k||Engravings from the English magazine "Engineering", 26 October 1866, page 320, providing USS Spuyten Duyvil's outboard profile and an inboard profile of her "torpedo" machinery, which was designed by Chief Engineer William W.W. Wood, USN. Courtesy of the Navy Department Library, Washington, D.C.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 95112
|110k||Engravings from the English magazine "Engineering", 26 October 1866, page 321, providing the interior plan of USS Spuyten Duyvil's "torpedo" machinery, which was designed by Chief Engineer William W.W. Wood, USN, and her exterior deck plan. Courtesy of the Navy Department Library, Washington, D.C.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # NH 95113
|121k||Bow view of the spar torpedo boat USS Spuyten Duyvil laid up at Brooklyn Navy Yard about 1870. Note the bow rudder has been removed.
US Navy. photo, and text from "Warships of the Civil War Navies" by Paul H. Silverstone.
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