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Image of 2009.023.003.009 - Article

2009.023.003.009 - Article

Gust Hamburg, retired captain of the W.T. PRESTON, built a model of the snagboat for his grandson Russell Hamburg. It includes a music box which plays "Gubban Noack" - - Swedish for "Old Man Noah." This photo was taken by a Herald staff photographer. No. 3 of six scrapbooks titled: Snagboat History. Scrapbooks include photographs and newspaper clippings pertaining to the W.T. Preston. They belonged to Dennis Hamburg, son of Norm Hamburg. Norm Hamburg had a 42 year career on the W.T. Preston.

Image of 2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

Fishing Vessel -Model of Purse Seiner in Glass case - Purse Seiner style Cannery Tender easily adapted to seining by adding a power block. Made by Bill Lowman

Image of 2010.054 - Model - Ship

2010.054 - Model - Ship

Hand-made model of the fishing vessel ADRIATIC. It was made by Pete Dragovich, former Anacortes Chief of Police and former fisherman. It is representative of local fishing and woodworking craftsmanship. Mr. Dragovich and his family are life-long residents of our city.

Image of 2012.087.001-.002 - Model- Depot

2012.087.001-.002 - Model- Depot

The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. .001) body of building .002) removable roof This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was made by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the Anacortes Museum by his wife, Carol Stromberg, after hi

Image of 2012.087.003-.004.A,B,C,D - Track Section

2012.087.003-.004.A,B,C,D - Track Section

4 pieces of track section and cork to put under track for model 2012.087.001-.002 The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. .003) 4 track sections .004) 4 cork strips to put under track sections This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was

Image of 2012.087.007 - Model

2012.087.007 - Model

Model of a train shed at a railroad depot. Made for use with 2012.087 models The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was made by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the Anacortes Museum by hi

Image of 2012.087.008 - Model

2012.087.008 - Model

Model of a shack or shed at a railroad depot. Made for use with 2012.087 models The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was made by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the Anacortes Museum b

Image of 2012.087.009 - Train

2012.087.009 - Train

HO gauge model train engine for use with 2012.087models. The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was used with depot model (2012.087.001-.002) made by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the A

Image of 2012.087.010 - Train

2012.087.010 - Train

HO gauge model train coal car for use with 2012.087models. The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was used with depot model made (2012.087.001-.002) by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the

Image of 2012.087.011 - Train

2012.087.011 - Train

HO gauge model train box car for use with 2012.087models. The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was used with depot model made (2012.087.001-.002) by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to the

Image of 2012.087.012 - Train

2012.087.012 - Train

HO gauge model train tanker car for use with 2012.087models. The June 29, 1911 Anacortes American reported on the Great Northern Depot's opening, at 611 R Avenue: "New Great Northern Depot Opened; Is a Credit to City." In 1964, excursion trains brought visitors to the Arts and Crafts Festival (now known as the Anacortes Art Festival) from Seattle. This brick building served until regular rail traffic to Anacortes ended in 1978. The depot now serves as the Depot Arts Center. This HO scale model (3.5 mm (0.1378 in) represents 1 real foot (304.8 mm); this ratio works out to about 1:87.1) was used with depot model made (2012.087.001-.002) by Mr. Carroll Francis Stromberg and donated to t

Image of 2012.088.015 - Model

2012.088.015 - Model

Model of a water tower at a railroad depot. Made by Tommy Thompson, Jr.

Image of 2012.088.016 - Model

2012.088.016 - Model

Model of a grain loader to load grain into railroad cars. Made by Tommy G. Thompson, Jr., Anacortes Railway

Image of 2015.054.020 - Print, Photographic

2015.054.020 - Print, Photographic

The RUDY M. is a model of a purse seine boat. It was made by C.W. Malland in February 1991, probably for Rudy Malland. There is no record of such a boat in vessel registrations in Washington.

Image of PR.0027.001 - Model

PR.0027.001 - Model

The original TINY BOY II was a purse seiner fishing boat designed in 1941 by Seattle Naval Architect H. C. Hanson for Henry Bowman of Alaska. As documented in the 1948 Port of Anacortes report, it came to Anacortes regularly. Clinton Knapp hand-made a model of the TINY BOY II which has been accessioned as a prop to be displayed at the Maritime Heritage Center.

Image of 2008.031.028 - Aidan Pinson

2008.031.028 - Aidan Pinson

Color photocopy of Aidan Pinson.

Image of 2010.064.006 - Boat model by Pete Dragovich

2010.064.006 - Boat model by Pete Dragovich

Photo of boat model made by Pete Dragovich, former Chief of Police.

Image of 2010.064.005 - Pete Dragovich and his boat model, WILMA D

2010.064.005 - Pete Dragovich and his boat model, WILMA D

Photo of boat model, WILMA D and Pete Dragovich, former Chief of Police.

Image of 2010.064.007 - Pete Dragovich with boat model, WILMA D.

2010.064.007 - Pete Dragovich with boat model, WILMA D.

Photo of boat model, WILMA D, made by Pete Dragovich, former Chief of Police.

Image of 2010.064.003 - Boat Models by Pete Dragovich

2010.064.003 - Boat Models by Pete Dragovich

Photo of boat models made by Pete Dragovich, former Chief of Police.