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Kaiser Shipyard Number 3
Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park, Richmond, California

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Kaiser Shipyard #3 graving docks, SS Wapama under resoration

Kaiser Shipyard #3 graving docks, SS Wapama under resoration


Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 11, 2005
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On the dock at the stern of the Red Oak Victory liberty ship

On the dock at the stern of the Red Oak Victory liberty ship


Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 11, 2005
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New propellers on the stern platform of the Red Oak Victory

New propellers on the stern platform of the Red Oak Victory


Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 11, 2005
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On the forehatch cover, Red Oak Victory liberty ship

On the forehatch cover, Red Oak Victory liberty ship


Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 11, 2005
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Flying bridge of the Red Oak Victory liberty ship in Richmond

Flying bridge of the Red Oak Victory liberty ship in Richmond


Rosie the Riveter WW II Home Front National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 11, 2005
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Graving Docks at Kaiser Shipyard No 3

Graving Docks at Kaiser Shipyard No 3

The narrow graving docks are a distinctve feature of Shipyard Number 3. The final stages of shipbuilding were conducted here, with direct access to both side of the vessel. They also served as drydocks for ship repair.

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 1, 2017

Whirley Crane at Kaiser Shipyard No 3

Whirley Crane at Kaiser Shipyard No 3

A "whirley" crane from the Kaiser Shipyard has been relocated to Shipyard Number 3.

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 1, 2017

Entrance to the Red Oak Victory Liberty Ship

Entrance to the Red Oak Victory Liberty Ship

The Red Oak Victory is a completely restored and seaworthy "Victory Ship" on display at Kaiser Shipyard Number 3. It is open to the public several days a week.

Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park, Richmond, California

Date photographed: June 1, 2017

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