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Published: 8/24/2014


Toledo Antique and Classic Boat Show

The grounds of the National Museum of the Great Lakes buzzed with activity in Toledo, as more than 2,000 visitors visitors attended the 2014 Toledo Antique and Classic Boat Show on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, and Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Bill Duwve of Erie, Mich., near the U.S. Brig Niagara. Both the U.S. Brig Niagara and the Col. James M. Schoonmaker museum ship were open for tours. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bill Duwve of Erie, Mich., near the U.S. Brig Niagara. Both the U.S. Brig Niagara and the Col....
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Pat Federici of North East, Pa., left, talks about the crew quarters on the U.S. Brig Niagara with Steve and Vickie Frentz, right, of Howard City, Mich. At 66, Mr. Federici says he is the oldest volunteer on the ship. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Pat Federici of North East, Pa., left, talks about the crew quarters on the U.S. Brig Niagara with Steve ...
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Richard Rideout of Toledo reads on the Enlarge | Buy This Photo Richard Rideout of Toledo reads on the "Ruby," his 18-foot Herreshoff America sail boat.
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Bradley C. Howard, Sr., of Maybee, Mich., left, speaks with Richard Rideout of Toledo. Mr. Howard has crewed on the U.S. Brig Niagara and sailed down to Toledo from Monroe on the ship. He is a volunteer docent for the ship. Rideout is on the Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bradley C. Howard, Sr., of Maybee, Mich., left, speaks with Richard Rideout of Toledo. Mr. Howard has crewed on the ...
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The Enlarge | Buy This Photo The "Arbor Queen," a 20-foot Welin Steam Launch owned by Jason Hall of Toledo, left. Mr. Hall is ...
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Ron Green of Tiffin, left, watches as Steve Milliken of Toledo pedals the Aqua cycle owned by Coila Johns of Houston, Ohio, right and seated. The apparatus, which dates to the 1940s, slips over the back of a row boat or other craft with a flat bac. The rider then pedals, leaning in the seat to change direction. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ron Green of Tiffin, left, watches as Steve Milliken of Toledo pedals the Aqua cycle owned by Coila Johns of ...
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Mark Sturdevant of Toledo,  left, with Brad Stough, center, and Cecelia Claus, both of Deerfield, Mich. Mr. Sturdevant built the 18-foot kayak in front of him and built the form for the unfinshed one to the right. Cedar is the primary wood, but he also used mahogany, cherry, and walnut for accent. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Mark Sturdevant of Toledo, left, with Brad Stough, center, and Cecelia Claus, both of Deerfield, Mich. Mr. Sturdevant built the ...
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Betty, left, and Rick Rinestine of Perrysburg read information on ice boating. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Betty, left, and Rick Rinestine of Perrysburg read information on ice boating.
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Richard Rideout of Toledo reads on the Enlarge | Buy This Photo Richard Rideout of Toledo reads on the "Ruby," his 18-foot Herreshoff America sail boat.
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