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"Traditional Remains"

Eureka is a paddle steamboat that was originally used to carry commuters and automobiles. It was formerly known as Ukiah and would carry 20300 passengers. Back then, it was one of the largest and fastest passenger ferry boat. Eureka is the only surviving wooden ferry boats and is now anchored at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.
2905 Hyde Street, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco, CA, United States, 94109
"Traditional Remains"
Eureka is a paddle steamboat that was originally used to carry commuters and automobiles. It was formerly known as Ukiah and would carry 20300 passengers. Back then, it was one of the largest and fastest passenger ferry boat. Eureka is the only surviving wooden ferry boats and is now anchored at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.
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