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Revenue Cutter Photo Archive
USCGC Goldenrod (WLR 213)
ex-USCGC Goldenrod (WAGL 213)
Nan - Roger - Xray - Roger
Goldenrod served both the U.S. Light House Service and Coast Guard
Coast Guard Cutter:The second Goldenrod was built in 1938 by Dubuque Boat and Boiler Works, Dubuque, IowaCommissioned USLHT Goldenrod 2 June 1938Reclassified USCGC Goldenrod (WAGL 213) in 1939Reclassified as a River Buoy Tender WLR-213Decommissioned 26 May 1973Transferred 26 September 1973 to the National Science FoundationFate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 193 t.Length 103' 6"Beam 24'Draft 5' 9"Complement 15Speed 8 kts.Propulsion: Two 150hp Fairbanks-Morse diesel engines (Replaced with two 800bhp General Motor 8-268Adiesel engines in the early 1960s), two shafts.
View the USCGC Goldenrod (WAGL 213)
Coast Guard history entry located on the USCG Historian's Office website
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