Visual display of the I. C. Woodward (Packet, 1898-1914)

I. C. Woodward (Packet, 1898-1914)

  • BOAT DESCRIPTION: Sidewheel
  • BOAT TYPE: Packet
  • BUILT: West Brownsville, Pennsylvania at Axton Yard, 1898
  • BECAME: Virginia
  • OWNERS: Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Geneva Packet Company; Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Morgantown Packet Company
  • RIVERS: Ohio River; Monongahela River
  • OTHER INFORMATION: Ways - 2693; Built for Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Geneva Packet Company, which consolidated July 1902 with the "Mason Line" to become the Pittsburgh, Brownsville and Morgantown Packet Company; named for Captain Isaac C. Woodward. Her texas was lengthened aft in November 1898. She ran Pittsburgh-Morgantown, twice weekly 1898-1911. She ran one trip through to Fairmont, 1912, and ran excursions at Fairmont, October 1913; sold to New Albany, Indiana and converted into an excursion boat, renamed Virginia
  • I. C. Woodward (A)

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  • Neg. 15134
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