Gazelle

Local nameSteamer Gazelle explosion
LocationOregon City, United States

Gazelle was an early sidewheeler on the Willamette River in what is now the U.S. state of Oregon. She did not operate long, suffering a catastrophic boiler explosion on April 8, 1854, less than a month after her trial voyage. This was the worst such explosion ever to occur in the Pacific Northwest states. The wrecked Gazelle was rebuilt and operated for a few years, first briefly as the unpowered barge Sarah Hoyt and then, with boilers installed, as the steamer Señorita. A victim of the explosion was D.P. Fuller, age 28, who is buried in Lone Fir Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gazelle_(sidewheeler_1854)

Address 146 S McLoughlin Blvd, Oregon City 97045, United States

Coordinates 45°21'1.018" N -122°36'58.815" E

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