Baltimore, Maryland: Liberty Ship

The S.S. John W. Brown is a WWII cargo vessel built rapidly to replace ships the enemy subs kept sinking. Scheduled to reopen in 2017.

S.S. John W. Brown

2020 S. Clinton St., Baltimore, MD
S.S. John W. Brown. Docked in the Patapsco River, on the west side of S. Clinton St., just northwest of I-95 exit 56.
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Liberty Ship

The SS John W. Brown is one of only two Liberty Ships from World War II that is still afloat and operational. It was built in 1942 and is now a museum.

[David, 11/15/2016]

The ship is currently off-limits to the public, but expects to reopen sometime in 2017.

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