photo above left is a close up of the VOYAGER at Elizabeth Marine Ways taken during
April 1918. Click
here to view the photos showing the boats docked at
photo above right shows the wheel of the VOYAGER at an unknown marine ways
and on unknown date, it would be easy to say that the photo was taken
1918 prior to the VOYAGER being put back in the water after nine
months at the Ways, but this is not known.
This invoice from
Pittsburgh Coal Company, who owned Elizabeth Marine Ways at
the time of this invoice, to Crucible Steel shows the sale
of the bell from the
to Crucible Steel. JW wrote in his journal
that the VOYAGER was at the Elizabeth Marine Ways during
time period having major
repairs that took several weeks to complete.