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T.S.S. Quebec
Canada Steamship Lines' steamer Quebec, built in 1928 at Davie, Lauzon, PQ for service Montral-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
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29 August 1961
S.S. Tadoussac
TADOUSSAC, Canada Steamship Lines, port side bow view, at pier, Montreal, Canada, August 29, 1961
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Braun Brothers
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29 Aug 1961
S.S. Tadoussac
Tadoussac, Canada Steamship Lines Liner, port side bow view, at pier, Montreal, Canada, August 29, 1961
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Tadoussac
Canada Steamship Lines' TADOUSSAC
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Braun Brothers
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29 Aug 1961
S.S. Tadoussac
Tadoussac, Canada Steamship Lines, port beam view, at pier, Montreal, Canada, August 29, 1961
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Strathbogie, Keewatin
Tug STRATHBOGIE and Canadian Pacific's KEEWATIN.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Richelieu
CSL steamer RICHELIEU a) NARRAGANSETT arriving at Qubec City.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Providence
Steamer PROVIDENCE of the Fall River Line. Built at Quincy, MA in 1905, the steamer was named for her summer service to Providence, RI. In winter she served Fall River. In later years she ran in the summer from New York to New Bedford, MA. Retired in 1937, she was scrapped in 1938.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Plymouth
Boiler and firemen on Fall River Line steamer PLYMOUTH, built in 1890.
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Edward O. Clark
plymouth, fall river line, boiler, steam engine, people, worker, firemen,
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S.S. Kingston
Grand saloon of steamer KINGSTON of Canada Steamship Lines.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Keewatin, Assiniboia
Forepart of KEEWATIN and stern of ASSSINIBOIA at Sault Ste. Marie.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Keewatin
Canadian Pacific Railroad steamer built 1907 Fairfields, Govan, Scotland on the Clyde; cut in two at Montreal and taken through the canals to Buffalo, where rejoined. In service Georgian Bay to Thunder Bay until withdrawn 1965. Privately owned and preserved at Saugatuck, MI as of 2009.
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Edward O. Clark
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