Lake steamer (1846)

Lake steamer (1846)

The first paddle steamer in Hungary entered service in 1846.

Technology

Keywords

steamboat, Kisfaludy steamboat, shipping, Lake Balaton, paddle wheel, chimney, deck, anchor, foremast, mizzen mast, yard, sail, boiler room, stern, rudder, hull, transportation, water transportation, technology

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