USS Monitor steam engine

Mariners' Museum's Michael Saul, right, and Elsa Sangouard work on removing surface concretions on USS Monitor steam engine at the museum in Newport News on Thursday, December 9, 2010. Rescued from the sea in 2001, the USS Monitor steam engine is returning to its Civil War appearance after years of being submerged in a giant Mariners' Museum conservation tank.
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( Sangjib Min / Daily Press / December 9, 2010 )

Mariners' Museum's Michael Saul, right, and Elsa Sangouard work on removing surface concretions on USS Monitor steam engine at the museum in Newport News on Thursday, December 9, 2010. Rescued from the sea in 2001, the USS Monitor steam engine is returning to its Civil War appearance after years of being submerged in a giant Mariners' Museum conservation tank.

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