T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez

Plans of the World War II T2 Tanker
Mission Santa Ynez

Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Outboard Profile Plan
Inboard profile Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Inboard Profile
Lines plan, Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Lines Plan
Upper Decks, Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Upper Deck Plans
Lower deck, Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Lower Deck Plan
T2 Tanker Mission San Ynez Section Plans 1
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Section Plans 1
Section plans, Free ship plans, cargo, vessel, T2, T-2, tanker, Mission San Ynez, World War II
T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez Section Plans 2

 

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These plans were recorded for the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), a long-range program to document historically significant engineering and industrial works in the United States. The Heritage Documentation Programs of the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, administers the HAER program. The project was prepared under the direction of Todd Croteau (HAER Maritime Program Coordinator). Crystal Olin (HAER Intern Architect) generated the vessel drawings. Jet Lowe (HAER Photographer) produced the large-format photographs. Special thanks go to Erhard Koehler (U.S. Maritime Administration) whose assistance greatly benefited this project.

2 thoughts on “T2 Tanker Mission Santa Ynez”

  1. I live in a small town called Santa Ynez, CA. It is near Solvang where the Mission Santa Inez is. This ship was named after that Mission, and I did some research and found out you have your model named incorrectly. Instead of Mission San Ynez, it should be Mission Santa Ynez.

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