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1927 ❖ MAIDEN VOYAGE ❖ FERRY CITY OF MUKILTEO

CITY OF MUKILTEO
1927-1932
Inscribed "Leaving West Seattle dock on her
first trip, 17 June 1927."

Original photo from the archives of the
Saltwater People Log©
Unknown photographer

The steamer CITY OF MUKILTEO was built by Marine Construction Co of Seattle for operation by Puget Sound Navigation Co. on the Mukilteo-Columbia Beach route to Whidbey Island, WA.
McCurdy's Marine History of the Pacific Northwest lists her as 104' x 35' with a steam power plant.
Fate: destroyed by fire in 1932.

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