Cleveland, Ohio, The Duluth Steamship, c1897

The Duluth was one of two steamships used to transport passengers from downtown Cleveland to the Euclid Beach amusement park, a popular destination on the southern shore of Lake Erie. A passage on the 800-person ship cost around 25 cents for a round trip, including admission to the amusement park. The rounded figures of the lake-going vessels earned them an affectionate nickname, the Euclid Beach Tubs.


Cleveland, Ohio, The Duluth Steamship, c1897

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