The year is 1897 and the iron hull rigger "Allerton" makes her way up the East River, viewed from the piers of South Street. The last of the late afternoon sun just catches her toward her berth. The crew of the "Allerton" stands by on the fo-c'sle while some bystanders watch with perhaps some professional curiosity.
"Allerton" was typical of many latter day sailing ships being squeezed out of business by the competition with steam. - CB
Christopher Blossom - Allerton on the East River
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