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Westerland
Red Star Linie don Antwerpen nach New York & Philadelphia
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Chase Posters
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ca. 1930-60
Winnipeg
Canal-size freighter in the old St. Lawrence canals upbound. Built 1926 at Davie, Lauzon, PQ. Scrapped at Hamilton, Ontario, in December, 1964.
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Edward O. Clark
winnipeg, canal ship, canal freighter, canada steamship lines, CSL
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05 August 1951
M/V Tourist
M/V Tourist operated by the Casco Bay Ferry Lines. Portland, Maine, August 5th, 1951
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Braun Brothers
M/V Tourist, Tourist, Casco Bay Ferry Lines, Casco Bay, Portland Maine
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Bell metal and brass polaris, ship's navigational instrument.
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Posner Maritime
posner, navigation, polaris
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Saxonia
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Braun Brothers
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Samaria
Cunard Line freighter SAMARIA
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Braun Brothers
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Sabino
Sabino, Aucocisco, Emita, Casco Bay Line Ferries, probably at Portland Maine, August 5, 1951
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Braun Brothers
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Sabino
Sabino, Casco Bay Lines Ferry, at pier, Portland, Maine, August 5, 1951
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Shelter Bay
Built at Londonderry, Northern Ireland in 1922 as a) New York News. Later names b) Shelter Bay c) Labradoc. Scrapped Port Dalhousie, Ontario, in 1961.
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Edward O. Clark
shelter bay, canaler, canal ship, great lakes, laker, freighter
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S.S. Britamlube
Built by Furness Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Haverton Hill-on-Tyne, Great Britain in 1932 for Britamlube Ltd. of Halifax. Sold to Gayport Shipping, Ltd., Toronto, in 1946. Sold to Hall Corp. of Canada, Ltd. in 1959 and renamed b) Bay Transport. Sold Italian in 1964 and renamed c) Capraia. Scrapped 1984 at La Spezia.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Albertina
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Jess Welt
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ca. 1935-195
M.V. Bruce Hudson
Built as an oil barge at Fort Erie, Ontario in 1935. Converted to self-propelled vessel in 1939. Lengthened 1946. Later names b) Coastal Cliff (1952) and c) Witcroix (1969). Sold Panamanian 1973.
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Edward O. Clark
bruce hudson, great lakes, oil barge, tanker
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