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Name New York Naval Yard.

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Image of [Flagpole] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Flagpole] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Flagpole in front of the Navy hospital.

Image of [Officer's Naval housing] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Officer's Naval housing] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Naval Officer's housing building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, looking out at Flushing Ave.

Image of [Two high pressure boilers] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Two high pressure boilers] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Two high pressure boilers (800 P.S.I. super heated steam used for main engine and generators) for the T.T. Crown Heights which was never built. One boiler remained in the yard for over 30 years [from Frank J. Trezza's notes].

Image of [Lifeboat ladders] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Lifeboat ladders] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Lifeboat ladders at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of Lifeboats ladders - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Lifeboats ladders - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Lifeboat ladders at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Anchor chain winches] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Anchor chain winches] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Anchor chain winches at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Anchor chain winches] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Anchor chain winches] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Anchor chain winches at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Saul Sherman] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Saul Sherman] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Saul Sherman, 1st class electrician for Seatrain.

Image of [Engineer monitoring the steam pressure on the T.T. Stuyvesant] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Engineer monitoring the steam pressure on the T.T. Stuyvesant] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

A Seatrain engineer monitoring the steam pressure inside the Central Operating Station on the T.T. Stuyvesant ship.

Image of [The menges and holder] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[The menges and holder] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

The menges and the holder being cut in half, 1/2 of each ship was welded together to form a new ship. The alignment was almost perfect [from Frank Trezza's notes]. This photo is a copy print from the National Archives.

Image of [Electrical Supervisor (Frenchie)] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Electrical Supervisor (Frenchie)] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Seatrain Electrical Supervisor at the time (Frenchie) [ from Frank Trezza's notes].

Image of [Electrician at work] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Electrician at work] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Seatrain electrician at work, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Pipe-fitter] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Pipe-fitter] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Pipe-fitter Seatrain employee at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Pipe-fitters on a lunch break] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Pipe-fitters on a lunch break] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Pipe-fitter Seatrain employees on a lunch break, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [V.P. of Construction and Chief Engineer] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[V.P. of Construction and Chief Engineer] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

V.P. of Construction and Chief Engineer at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Image of [Seatrain workers] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

[Seatrain workers] - Frank J. Trezza Seatrain Shipbuilding collection

Seatrain workers at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.