Sundays in my City - The S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien


The S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien is docked along San Francisco bay and is open for daily tours. You can read more about her by clicking here: S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien













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What a beautiful ship! Wow. It is gigantic! Hope your Thanksgiving Holiday was lovely!
Phil said…
Fascinating. My father was a sailor on Liberty and Victory ships during the war. He'd have been delighted to know that at least one was still around.
RNSANE said…
How amazing that this ship made the trip back to Normandy for the 50th anniversary of D day. Shawn visited Normandy during his four month stay in Germany. He said is so moving to actually be there and see all the American graves.
Now thats a big ship! Looks a little haunted lol.
Ann said…
My step son works for the Navy and he works on ships like this. When we were in Virginia visiting him we took a tour of a ship yard. It's amazing how huge they are.
***Icy BC said…
Fascinating looking ship, full of history, and your shots are fantastic, Jo!
Tara R. said…
Great shots to this impressive ship.
BLOGitse said…
That is a ship. She knows what to do...
Greetings from freezing Scandinavia!
Sonya said…
Wow thats a seriously cool looking ship! the pics are fantastic : )
Annie said…
I so wish I could drop everything today and drive over to enjoy this. What a reminder of the dependence cruises I would go on with my dad after her returned back from overseas. These cruises are highlights of my childhood. The smell of a ship is like perfune to me.
Bossy Betty said…
Incredible views of a fascinating ship!
Looks like an interesting ship. I'll have to check it out next time in San Fran.
Joanna Jenkins said…
I've been on this ship before! Your pics are terrific and a great reminder. Thanks! jj
newmami_rgv said…
Ohhh.... We have one about 2 hours north of us, I've never been. Thanks for sharing.
CJR @ The Mommy Blog
AVCr8teur said…
I've heard so much about this ship, but never got a close up look at it until now. By the way, I like your blog's new layout.

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