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S.S. Assiniboia
Wreck of ASSINIBOIA, formerly operated by Canadian Pacific on the Great Lakes.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Assiniboia
ASSINIBOIA, formerly operated by Canadian Pacific on the Great Lakes.
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Edward O. Clark
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T.S.S. Quebec
Canada Steamship Lines' steamer Quebec, built in 1928 at Davie, Lauzon, PQ for service Montreal-Quebec-Saguenay River. Fire discovered August 15, 1950 while in the Saguenay; proceeded to Tadoussac, where she burned at the dock to a total loss. Six lives lost.
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Edward O. Clark
quebec, passenger ship, csl, canada steamship lines, travel
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S.S. Shinnecock
Steamer SHINNECOCK, built for service between New York City and Montauk on the east end of Long Island. She had other service later, the last being for the Nantasket Beach Steamboat Co. between Boston and Nantasket Beach as TOWN OF HULL in the 1940s.
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Jess Welt
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S.S. Puritan
Steamer PURITAN of the Fall River Line, bunkering coal at New York. Note canvas covers surrounding the gangway above the coal barge to keep the side of the steamer white.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Providence
Fall River Line steamer PROVIDENCE, built at Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, Mass. in 1905. She operated until the Line closed downin 1937. Initially she ran from New York to Providence in the summer and from New York to Fall River in the winter months. In the 1920s she was part of the double service (two boats each way) to Fall River in summer. Later her summer runs were to New Bedford.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Providence
Ladies' saloon on main deck aft of steamer PROVIDENCE of the Fall River Line. This steamer was built in 1867 for the Bristol (RI) Line but soon absorbed into the Fall River Line.
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C. Bradford Mitchell
providence, saloon, ladies saloon, interior, fall river line
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S.S. Providence
Interior of steamer PROVIDENCE of the Fall River Line. Built in 1867 by William Webb, this magnificent wooden steamer served for many years as a night boat on Long Island Sound.
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C. Bradford Mitchell
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S.S. Providence
Steamer Providence of the Fall River Line, paddlewheel and superstructure.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Plymouth
Steamer PLYMOUTH of the Fall River Line in a floating drydock. The steamer was built in 1890 and rebuilt in 1907 following a fire. She was retired in 1937 and scrapped in 1938 at Baltimore, MD.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Plymouth
After gallery deck saloon of steamer PLYMOUTH of the Fall River Line.
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C. Bradford Mitchell
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S.S. Keewatin, Strathbogie
Canadian Pacific's Great Lakes liner KEEWATIN and tug STRATHBOGIE
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Edward O. Clark
keewatin, strathbogie, tug, passenger ship, great lakes, canadian pacific
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