Harry Lynn aka Roche Harbor
This tug was named the Roche Harbor, but previous to her service for the lime company, she was known as the Harry Lynn. The Harry Lynn was constructed at Tacoma by Harry and Lynn Maloney, railroad men. She was Built in Tacoma in 1888, 87 gross tons, fifty feet four inches long, fifteen feet six inches beam, and six feet one inch hold.

Steam tugs ROCHE HARBOR (L) and MARY D. HUME at Roche Harbor, San Juan Island, WA. Undated photo collected by J. Williamson. Photo from the archives of the S.P.H.S.© For tug ROCHE HARBOR admirer, Ron Burke.

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