Lackawanna | Sea-going tug of 1900. This small steamer tug model is perfect for the less experienced modeler. She represents the state of the art in kit manufacturing with a carved basswood hull, photo etched brass pilothouse and deck plates, and numerous cast fittings. Lackawanna worked the East Coast, pulling barges of coal from Pennsylvania to the industrial centers of the northeast and south. She was painted white to show off the clean burning qualities of the hard anthracite coal she burned. Her yacht-like appearance made her stand out amongst her fellow workboats. It is important to note that some pictured items may have been built with optional items not included as part of standard kits, such as pedestals, bases, cases, paint, etc. If there are any questions about the contents of a particular kit, please contact Bluejacket.