Pacific Reserve Fleet  -   STOCKTON, California

The Stockton Historical Maritime Museum acquired the former USS Lucid MSO-458,
and a collaboration agreement was established with the San Joaquin County Office of Education
to join with the museum in restoring this historic vessel as a floating museum ship
with direct historical relevance to the diverse shipbuilding history in Stockton.


In 1846, the first cargo boat ascended the San Joaquin River. In 1848, John Doak established the first ferry service on the river, and the first freight vessel,
the sloop Maria, visited Stockton. In 1849, Doak brought lumber from San Francisco to Stockton and began a lumber business. By the 1850s, the port had become
a center of commodity shipping and the supply center for the goldfields. By the 1860s, the region saw a decline in gold production and an increase in agriculture. WIKIPEDIA
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Views of Reserve Fleet during 1950's


View from the East "E"                        Click for full image                          View from the West "W"            


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DOWN TOWN RESERVE MOORINGS
   
                            This image is not easily spotted                       but                       This was easy to spot using the water tower.
Images from Stockton Library


A good history of the Pacific Reserve Fleet, STOCKTON has not been located.

Here are photos of three ships that were laid up in the reserve fleet

APB-48 was placed here during the 1950's  NavSource


           
USS Mountrail APA-213                                                USS Atlas ARL-7              USS Amycus ARL-2


OTHER HISTORY  -  STOCKTON ORDNANCE DEPOT


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