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USED Dan C. Kingman
Seagoing Hopper Dredge:
Built in 1924 by Sun Shipbuilding, Chester, PA.
Placed in commission by the US Army Corps of Engineers, as USED Dan C. Kingman
Decommissioned in 1953 at Lake Washington Ship Channel Locksite
Custody transferred, 39 July 1953, to the General Accounting Administration as excess to US Army needs
Sold in 1954 to the Port Authority, Thailand, renamed Sandon 3 reflagged Thailand
Sold in 1957, renamed Dan C. Kingman
Sold in 1962 to Hall Contracting Ltd, renamed A.A. Raymond
Final Disposition sold for scrapping in 1971
Displacement 3,400 t.
light 13 mph
loaded 10.5 mph
Hopper Capacity 1440cu yds
Pumping Machinery one 1,000bhp McIntosh and Seymour diesel engine driving one 800hp Westinghouse motor
Inside diameter of suction pipe 26"
Inside diameter of discharge pump 26"
Drags, one New York type in center
two 1,000bhp McIntosh and Seymour diesel engines driving two 1,000rpm 800hp H.P. motors 110rpm
two propeller shafts
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Maj. Dan C. Kingman 4th Nashville District Corps of Engineers Commander, 1 June 1898 to 31 March 1899 and
Brig. General Chief of Engineers, 1913-1916
||Ex-USED Dan C. Kingman underway while in commercial service as the Hall Contracting Ltd, dredge A.A. Raymond
||A.A. Raymond moored pierside, date and location unknown
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