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Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Pilot House
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You are in the pilot house of the Great Lakes freighter, S. S. William Clay Ford, which was built in 1952 and scrapped in1987.  The 767-foot-long ship transported iron ore and coal to the Ford Motor Company's River Rouge Plant.

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