All pictures are from the archives of the East Liverpool Historical Society
LST's used for landing troops were built in Pittsburg during WWII. While larger sea-going ships were built in coastal ship yards, many smaller ships were built in inland ship yards then floated down river to meet their mother ships in coastal areas. One Liverpudlian woman told of standing along the river on Sunday afternoons watching them pass down the river on their way to the Gulf of Mexico.
The West End — taken sometime between 1907 and 1939. Landmarks are: 6th street school, hospital, Newell Bridge, Adamant Porcelain Co., the 6th street viaduct also knwn as the Tripartite Bridge to west 8th street
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