Visual display of the Loucinda (Packet, 1910-1918)

Loucinda (Packet, 1910-1918)

  • March 11, 1870
  • BOAT DESCRIPTION: Sternwheel
  • BOAT TYPE: Packet
  • BUILT: 1910 at Point Pleasant, West Virginia
  • FINAL DISPOSITION: Wrecked by ice at Cincinnati, Ohio on January 30, 1918
  • OWNERS: Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company
  • RIVERS: Ohio River
  • OTHER INFORMATION: Ways - 3573; Her engines came from the Helen M. Gould. Primarily she ran Cincinnati-Madison. In 1914 she was chartered to the Louisville and Evansville Packet Company. She became stranded on a sand bar in the summer and did not get off until December. Her hull was recovered after the boat was wrecked by ice and was used in building the Andes
  • PHOTO DESCRIPTION: The Loucinda leaving the Madison, Indiana wharf for Cincinnati in March, 1870. The Madison Brewing Company building is in sight
  • Loucinda (A)

Details

Photographer
Stottlebower, Alene
Date
  • March 11, 1870
Collection
Subjects
Local identifier
  • Neg. 37702
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