Wilmington Marine Terminal's vehicles during the Victory Parade, November 5, 1945. The sign on the first vehicle reads " Wilmington Marine Terminal, a vital link in the transportation chain to victory."
Laws of the State of Delaware. Passed at a Session of the General Assembly, Commenced and Held At Dover, On Tuesday, the Fourth Day of January, In the Year of Our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty-Three. Volume XI.
Terminal cranes unloading Liberty ships loaded with iron ore from North Africa. The open storage area in the foreground had recently been cindered and is now suitable for open storage purposes. Fall of 1944.
Many carloads of tank transporters were received and stored during the late spring and early summer of 1942. All were shipped out by August and in time for use by Montgomery at the beginning of his African Campaign commencing at El Alamein, Egypt.