The Shea Rowing Center

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2007-08-12

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The C. Bernard Shea Rowing Center is the boathouse for the Princeton University rowing programs. Located on Lake Carnegie in Princeton the center consists of the Class of 1887 Boathouse and the Richard Ottesen Prentke �67 Training Center. The Shea Center was dedicated on October 7, 2000. The tower of the 1887 Boathouse is the center's entry and focal point. On its second floor, it features a double-height sky-lit space with mahogany flooring, benches and wainscoting. A gallery extending to the west features historical photographs, overlooks the lake and provides access to shower and locker facilities.

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The Shea Rowing Center, The C. Bernard Shea Rowing Center, The Princeton Boating Club, Lake Carnegie, Princeton National Rowing Association, Princeton University Campus, League, Princeton, Princeton University, Mercer County, New Jersey, NJ, The Garden State

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