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While we were touring the ship, a group of children were working in an overnight-stay program, where they come and work on the ship just like the real crew used to. They bring sleeping bags and stay over in the forecastle. Here, two girls work on preparing that night's dinner.
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Nora on the Eureka. The Eureka is a steam-powered ferry that carried up to 120 cars across the bay. In the museum, it is loaded with several antique cars. The boat was built in 1890 and was in service until 1957.
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Boiler instruments on the Eureka
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