Please report any broken links or trouble you might come across to the Webmaster. Please take a moment to let us know so that we can correct any problems and make your visit as enjoyable and as informative as possible.


NavSource Online: Army Ship Photo Archive

USED Snagboat Tom Stallings


Sternwheel Snagboat:
  • Built in 1929 for the US Army Engineers at Charles Ward Engineering Co., Charleston, W.VA.
  • Launched, 25 May 1929
  • Delivered to the the US Army Corps of Engineers in 1929
  • Christened, Commissioned and placed in service as USED Snagboat Tom Stallings in 1929
  • Assigned to the US Army Corps of Engineers Memphis District
  • Retired from US Army service, date unknown
  • Sold at public sale to Patton-Tully Transportation Co., Memphis in 1952
  • Final Disposition, dismantled in 1954
    Specifications:
    Displacement 263 t.
    Length 127'
    Beam 30'
    Draft 4.1'
    Speed unknown
    Complement unknown
    Crane unknown
    Propulsion
    two non-condensing steam engines, 10s-42 stroke, rated at 147hp at 20rpm
    two coal fired Ward return-flue boilers
    sternwheel

    Click On Image
    For Full Size Image
    Size Image Description Source
    Tom Stallings
    303202702
    76k USED Snagboat Tom Stallings with barges in tow, date and location unknown.
    University of Wisconsin-Madison Digital Library
    John Spivey
    Tom Stallings
    303202701
    98k USED Snagboat Tom Stallings clearing snags on a river, date and location unknown
    University of Wisconsin-Madison Digital Library
    John Spivey

    There is no history available for USED Snagboat Tom Stallings at NavSource
    Back To The Navsource Photo Archives Main Page Back To The US Army Ship Index Back To The US Army Snagboat, Drift/Debris Collector Index
    Comments, Suggestions, E-mail Webmaster.
    This page is created and maintained by Gary P. Priolo
    All pages copyright NavSource Naval History
    Last Updated 23 September 2022

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    <