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The William G. Mather is a retired Great Lakes bulk freighter. She was built in Detroit by the Great Lakes Engineering Works, River Rouge, Michigan in 1925 as the flagship for the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company. The Mather remained the Cliff's flagship until the Edward B. Green (now the Kaye E. Bark from museumland.net
This former flagship of the Cleveland Cliffs Steamship Company is moored on Lake Erie along Voinovich Park. For 55 years, the 618-foot ship hauled millions of tons of iron, ore, grain, stone, and coal. Today, you can tour the crew's quarters, pilot's house engine room, and ship's cargo hold (now an from 10best.com
The William G. Mather is a retired Great Lakes bulk freighter. - Donated to The Great Lakes Historical Society. from museumstuff.com
Great Lakes Steamer located near several museums and WWII submarine on Cleveland's Inner Harbor. from stepintohistory.com