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SS red oak victory ship - richmond kaiser naval shipyard (near san francisco)

SS Red Oak Victory ship - Richmond Kaiser Naval Shipyard (near San Francisco).­

Launched in 1944, SS Red Oak Victory ship is the last surviving cargo ship built at the Kaiser/­Richmond shipyards.­

"Victory ships" were used for transport of goods, ammunitions and personnel.­

For more information about this ship, go to www.­ssredoakvictory.­com/­index.­htm and read this Wikipidia article.

1319 Canal Boulevard, Richmond, CA 94804, USA

The Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond (California).­ aka "Richmond Shipyard Number Three" is one of the several abandoned Naval Shipyard in the San Francisco Bay area.­

It now belongs to the city of Richmond and is now part of the National Park Service's Rosie the Riveter--World War II Home Front National Historical Park.­

This is a No-Trespassing Area, enter at your own risks!

For more information about this place, please read the following Wikipedia articles:
- en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Richmond_­Shipyards
- en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Rosie_­the_­Riveter/­World_­War_­II_­Home.­.­.­

For more information about the Rosie the Riveter World War II Home Front Memorial Park, go to www.­rosietheriveter.­org/­

Thanks to sturgeon_­genral and JonBauer for showing me that place.­