The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Freighters in Welland Ship Canal, Ontario


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Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Postcard of three large freighters tied up in the Welland Canal. A fourth freighter can be seen in the middle distance. In the foreground is a Canadian Dredge & Dock tug and barge. First freighter in line Paterson's FORT WILLDOC and the following two have Misener/Colonial steamship stacks. Appears to be a dredge and barge working behind them, followed by another freighter
Inscriptions:
"Freighters in Welland Ship Canal, Ontario"
Reverse: "Published by F. H. Leslie Limited, Niagara Falls, Ontario
Publisher:
F. H. Leslie Limited
Place of Publication:
Niagara Falls, Ontario
Date of Original:
c 1930
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
512
Collection:
Capt. Bill Breaker
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.042777 Longitude: -79.2125
Copyright Statement:
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Freighters in Welland Ship Canal, Ontario


Postcard of three large freighters tied up in the Welland Canal. A fourth freighter can be seen in the middle distance. In the foreground is a Canadian Dredge & Dock tug and barge. First freighter in line Paterson's FORT WILLDOC and the following two have Misener/Colonial steamship stacks. Appears to be a dredge and barge working behind them, followed by another freighter