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"The Queen of the silver stackers" was the nickname of the William A. Irvine steam ship, which now sits in the Duluth harbor. The ship first sailed in 1938, and now serves tourists. Those who work on the ship report a number of not-easily-explained experiences.

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Duluth has many beautiful sites and historical landmarks scattered along the North Shore of Lake Superior.

One of the most noticeable is the site of the William A. Irvin Steamer ship, which sailed Lake Superior for over 40 years as the flagship of the U.S. Steel's Great Lakes Fleet.

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The ship carried coal and iron ore, while hosting guests and dignitaries in some of the most elegant staterooms on a ship of the Great Lakes.

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