The River Queen floating restaurant was located aboard the River Queen steamboat moored above the Eads Bridge. Built in 1923, the steamboat originally hailed from Jeffersonville, Indiana as the Gordon C. Greene. Commissioned for the Eagle Packet Company of Saint Louis, the steamboat served a variety of purposes and traveled to multiple locales. She appeared in the famous movies "Steamboat around the Bend", "Gone with the Wind" and "The Kentuckian". The River Queen sank at Saint Louis on December 3rd, 1967.
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