Description and Location
Steamboat Virginia run aground in a cornfield.
A sternwheel packet boat built Cincinnati, Ohio, 1895.
Ran Pittsburgh to Cincinnati.
When running on the Ohio during a flood in March of 1910, it became stuck in a cornfield at Willow Grove, W.Va.. On the next high water she was pulled out and taken to Pt. Pleasant, W.Va. for repairs.
Renamed the Steel City in 1912.
River (ferryboats, steamboats, towboats, wharfboats)
Photographic print copy
steamboats, Virginia, Steel City, Willow Grove, W.Va., Ohio River