Cahokia (AT-61) Class: Photographs

These photographs were selected to show the original configuration of this class and major subsequent modifications. For most classes many other photographs exist.
For more complete online collections of U. S. Navy ship photographs see in particular the NHHC Online Library of Selected Images and the NavSource Photo Archive.

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Steam tug Barlow (ID-4059)

A typical large EFC Design 1035 tug on trials on 29 April 1919 near the yard of her builder, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., Elizabeth, N.J.
Barlow was scrapped in 1959, still under her original name.

Photo No. None
Source: U.S. National Archives, RG-32-S

 
USS Cahokia (YT-135)

Aground inside the lagoon at Naval Air Station, Alameda, Calif., in February 1942.
The Commander, 12th Naval District, reported the grounding to Washington on 21 February 1942 and reported on 2 June 1942 that she was to be rasied approximately 4 June 1942 and delivered to the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard for an overhaul estimated to last about six weeks.

Photo No. 80-G-13182
Source: U.S. National Archives, RG-80-G

 
USS Chatot (AT-167)

In San Francisco Bay on 31 January 1944, shortly after receiving alterations at the Mare Island Navy Yard.

Photo No. 19-N-71207
Source: U.S. National Archives, RG-19-LCM

 
USS Chatot (AT-167)

In San Francisco Bay on 31 January 1944, shortly after receiving alterations at the Mare Island Navy Yard.

Photo No. 19-N-71209
Source: U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command

 
USS Chetco (AT-166)

Probably shown soon after her commissioning by the Navy in September 1943.
This tug was rebuilt with diesel electric propulsion circa 1940-1941.

Photo No. 19-N-51603
Source: U.S. National Archives, RG-19-LCM

 
USS Chetco (ATA-166)

Probaby shown returning to San Francisco from the western Pacific in December 1945.
She still carries her two 20mm AA guns.

Photo No. NH 83821
Source: U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command