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Identification Numbered Vessel Photo Archive
Old Dominion (ID 3025)
Barge/Coastwise Collier:Built in 1872 by Harlan and Hollingsworth, Wilmington, DE for the Old Dominion Steamship Co. of Norfolk, VADelivered in February 1872Acquired by the Navy 18 October 1917Placed in service 8 August 1918Placed out of service 17 April 1919Struck from the Naval Register 13 June 1919Sold 2 October 1919Fate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 1,802 t.Length 266' 10"Beam 42' 6"Draft 17' 9"Complement: SixNon-self propelled.
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U. S. Navy photos NH 102071 and NH 102072
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Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships History: Old Dominion (ID-3025), launched as a steamer by Harlan and Hollingsworth, Wilmington, Del., in 1872, was acquired by the Navy from the Luckenbach S.S. Co., New York City, 18 October 1917, and placed in service as a non-selfpropelled barge, 8 August 1918. An iron hulled vessel, Old Dominion was used as a coastwise collier until transferred to the 5th Naval District, 17 April 1919, for inactivation. She was sold to the Neptune Line, New York City, 2 October 1919.
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