On display in the Philadelphia Seaport Museum.
Area of the Philadelphia Seaport Museum where students learn to build and renovate boats.
On display at the Philadelphia Seaport Museum.
On the deck of a replica ship in the Philadelphia Seaport Museum.
On a wooden cannon, part of a replica ship in the Philadelphia Seaport Museum.
On the mirrored ceiling of the main dining room of the floating Moshulu Restaurant.
One table reflected in the mirrored ceiling of the Moshulu Restaurant, floating at the Philadelphia waterfront.
On our table as reflected in the mirrored ceiling of the main dining room of the Moshulu Restaurant.
One of four on the Moshulu, a steel ship built in 1904.
Ship and Submarine
The Olympia, oldest steel warship still afloat to the right. The Becuna, World War II era submarine to the left. As if you couldn't tell them apart.
Junior Officers' Mess
They certainly got more room than the rest of the crew.
Part of the coal-fired steam generation units on board the Olympia.
On board the Olympia
This is where the crew slept on board the Olympia. The tables below is where they ate. I'm assuming, not at the same time.
I wish it said Easy Bake Oven...