1906 steamship Ticonderoga, Shelburne Museum, near Lake Champlain, Vermont, USA.
The Ticonderoga (built in 1906, 220 feet long) is America's last remaining side paddlewheel passenger steamer with a vertical beam engine, and is a National Historic Landmark. The steamship Ticonderoga transported passengers and goods up and down Lake Champlain for many years, then in 1955 was moved two miles overland on special tracks to the Shelburne Museum. The Shelburne Museum is one of the finest, most diverse, unconventional museums of American folk art. Visit this extensive museum in the town of Shelburne, near Lake Champlain, in Vermont, USA. Electra Havemeyer Webb, an avid collector of American folk art, founded the Museum in 1947.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download