ROV steering The Blade/Lori King 10/04/2010 Toledo resident Matthew Zimmerman, 3, plays with a turbine engine valve on the S. S. Willis B. Boyer Museum Ship that's permanently docked at International Park in Toledo, Ohio. The ship is gearing up to celebrate its 100-year anniversary next year. The Boyer (formerly the Col. James M. Schoonmaker) was built in 1911 and retired in 1980 after 69 years of service. THE BLADE/LORI KINGEnlarge
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Matthew Zimmerman, 3, of Toledo plays with a turbine engine valve on the S.S. Willis B. Boyer Museum Ship that's permanently docked at International Park downtown. The ship, which Matthew visited Monday, turns 100 next year. The Boyer, formerly the Col. James M. Schoonmaker, was built in 1911 and was retired in 1980 after plying the Great Lakes for 69 years.
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