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National Register of Historic Places in San Francisco

SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship Pier 45 With Escort Tugboats Taurus and Apollo
28 July 2005
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SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship Pier 45
5 July 2009
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SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship Drydock at Pier 70 in San Francisco
26 April 2009
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National Register #78003405
SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship
Pier 45 on the Embarcadero
North Waterfront
Launched 1943

SS Jeremiah O'Brien is the only operative unaltered survivor of the many Liberty ships built during World War II as an emergency response to a critical shortage of maritime cargo ships.

She participated in the D-Day invasion of France in 1944.

Source: National Register Statement of Significance for Aquatic Park

SS Jeremiah O'Brien is open to the public at Pier 45 and for cruises on the San Francisco Bay, Suisun Bay and Delta. Visit the official SS Jeremiah O'Brien Web Site for more information. USS Pampanito submarine is Jeremiah's neighbor at Pier 45.

Other historic ships at nearby Aquatic Park Park which are open to the public:

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