Houston, Texas: Mystery Propeller

12+ ton ship's propeller salvaged from the Houston channel bottom; occupies a place of honor in a restaurant dining room.

Goode and Co.

10211 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX
South of I-10 off Frontage Rd, next to Home Depot. Goode Co, Seafood sign on highway.
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Mystery Propeller

A large ship's propeller, found in the Houston Ship Channel, stands in a seafood restaurant. The origin of the propeller remains a mystery. It most likely came off of a freighter measuring 300 or more feet. The propeller weighs 25,000 lbs. and is 14 ft. from tip to tip. Age is approximately 50 to 75 years.

[Valerie, 12/07/2015]

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