One of the things I've been speculating on was how large a crew was intended for the TB. Lt. Phillips, CSN, from Shreveport was intended to be in command. I think the crew would include a helmsman, engineer, fireman, coal hauler and 1-2 ordnance people per launcher. The larger 160-ft TBs proposed for Wilmington and Selma were to have four reloadable "tubes" for torpedoes. The ordnance load out for the 114 ft versions to be built in Texas would carry an unknown number of launchers. But a request was put in for over 500 lbs of copper to build torpedoes, probably to be cast at the Close Foundry at Galveston. The other TB was to be built at Lubbock's Mill under the direction of R.W. Dunn and R. Braman of Singers Special Service Company. This site was also on Buffalo Bayou, but I'm darned if I can find the site, but believe it upstream toward Houston. You won't believe the amount of dead ends that show up if you Google Lubbock, Mill. I never knew before that you can extract oil from cotton seeds.