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Ship bell arch

Ship bell arch

It is an arch that held the ship’s bell mounted on two brick blocks. The inscription reads: ” This bell was used of old on the first steamboat on the Ocmulgee River between Macon and Darien and was presented by Major John A. Cobb to the Mayor and Council of Macon.

(1993 Condition: “good”)

(July 2020 Condition: top knob piece gone)

 

Updated July 2020

Category: Historical

Date created: 1830's

Location

100-129 Willie Smokie Glover Dr, GA

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