Interior door salvaged from the tugboat Esso Massachusetts with a tag that states "DECKHAND ROOM." Four paneled door constructed with a solid mahogany frame with the top and bottom panels with slide panels that expose horizontal slat vents when removed. This design would allow air to vent during the warm months and closed off when cold. Retains its original lock, handles and hinges.
Width: 22-3/8", Height: 73", Thickness: 1-3/8"
This authentic tugboat door could be re-purposed as an interior door in your residence as a closet door, bathroom door, or for many other potential usages. We have three of these doors now in stock that vary slightly in size, but identical in design. We also have portholes, passageway lights, running lights and a built-in cabinet that was salvaged from the Esso Massachusetts.
The "Esso Tug No. 20" was built in 1953, Renamed as "Esso Massachusetts" in 1955. Renamed in 1973 as "Exxon Massachusetts", sold in 1980 as "Robert B. Turecamo". Registered: LR66-67:510792 (USA)ON 266400 196 GRT, L32,01m, B8,31m, D3,89m (105'0"(100'3")x27'3"(27'1")x12'9.1/8"(14'0")) 1 scr, d-e, 1 el-mot.1350shp, diesel 2tew 16cyl (1944) GM Cleveland, 1600bhp, sp 13kn re-engined 1990 diesel 2tew 16cyl Alco, 3000bhp.
ESSO TUG No 20
1953: Built by "Levingston Shipbuilding Corp" at Orange, Tx. (USA) (YN 506)
1953: delivered to "ESSO Standard Oil Co" at Wilmington, Del. (USA)
(USA flag, regd Wilmington, ON 266400, c/s WF2851)
1955: To "Humble Oil & Refining Co" at Wilmington, Del. (USA), renamed ESSO MASSACHUSETTS
1973: To "Exxon Petroleum Corp" at Wilmington, Del. (USA), renamed EXXON MASSACHUSETTS
1980: To "White Stack Towing & Transportation Co" (Turecamo) at Wilmington, Del. (USA), renamed ROBERT B. TURECAMO
1990: re-engined diesel 2tew 16cyl Alco, 3000bhp
1998: taken over by "Moran Towing & Transportation Co Inc" at New York (USA)