Clemson class destroyers at the Gattum Locks, Panama Canal 1919.
“USS Maryland (BB-46), USS Hovey (DD-208), and USS Long (DD-209) (ships listed left to right) In the Miraflores Locks, while transiting the Panama Canal during the annual inter-ocean movement of the U.S. Fleet, 24 April 1931. Note the twin 4/50 gun mountings carried by Hovey and Long.”
Heavy cruiser Tourville in the Panama canal may 1, 1929
Heavy cruiser Exeter in Balboa on April 24, 1934.
HMS Exeter, Balboa
Harbor, Panama Canal Zone, 24 April 1934. Several U.S. Navy ships are
also present, among them (from the front) USS Melville (AD-2) with USS
Zane and another destroyer alongside; USS Medusa (AR-1); USS Litchfield
(DD-336) and another destroyer; and USS Truxtun (DD-229) and another
USS Texas (BB-35) _panama canal