Sample photographs of Eppleton Hall (tugboat) arriving in San Francisco from Newcastle, England, March 24, 1970
Departing in mid-September, 1969, the Eppleton Hall was brought to San Francisco by Captain Scott Newhall, staff, and volunteers of the then San Francisco Maritime Museum after a complete rennovation in Newcastle, England. She arrived March 24, 1970. The Eppleton Hall is the only remaining intact example of a Tyne paddle tug. The vessel was donated to the National Park Service in 1979. She is berthed at Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.
starboard and bow view of the Eppleton Hall steaming towards Hyde Street Pier in the San Francisco Bay; spectators watching her arrival are seen in the background
U.S. National Park Service
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