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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 In service Georgian Bay to Thunder Bay until withdrawn 1965.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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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 In service Georgian Bay to Thunder Bay until withdrawn 1965.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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S.S. Keewatin
Canadian Pacific's steamer KEEWATIN with tug . Stern of CP's ASSINIBOIA at left. Tug STRATHBOGIE at right.
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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 In service Georgian Bay to Thunder Bay until withdrawn 1965.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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S.S. Keewatin
Keewatin. Landing a deckhand to handle the lines through the locks at the Soo. William M. Worden
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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 In service Georgian Bay to Thunder Bay until withdrawn 1965.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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S.S. Keewatin
Keewatin seen from Assinibioa at the Sault Ste. Marie, ONT, dock. William M. Worden
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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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S.S. Keewatin
KEEWATIN tied up
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. KEEWATIN
KEEWATIN upper deck with stack & steam 'scape pipes
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. KEEWATIN
KEEWATIN upper deck and stack - steam from whistle
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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.
;
Edward O. Clark
rating: 1 starsrating: 2 starsrating: 3 starsrating: 4 starsrating: 5 stars
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