Date Added: 15 December 2012
This highly detailed model of the Uncle Sam is built as the original paddle wheeler with all of the deck features including the windlass, deck hatches, turbine covers and casing, railing, smoke stack, masts and sails and the proper rigging, and more. The Uncle Sam is typical of the steam driven paddle wheel tugs that worked the harbors of the Eastern United States during the early 1800's. The Uncle Sam sank in May 1853.
|Type:||Paddlewheeler||Maker's Name:||Breillat, Gérard|
|Category:||Light Bulb||Made Where:||France|
|Bottle Size:||22 cm x 13 cm||Year Made:||2005|
|Bottle Type:||250w Light Bulb|