Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The steamer MACASSA in the Burlington Canal
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Photographs
Description
Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the top of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club house. The steamer MACASSA is passing the swing bridge built by the Hamilton & NorthWestern Ry. in 1876. The Main Light Station was established in 1838. In the foreground is one of the ferry slips
Notes
Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
Date of Original
c 1888
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Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.299369132897 Longitude: -79.7956323623657
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The steamer MACASSA in the Burlington Canal


Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the top of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club house. The steamer MACASSA is passing the swing bridge built by the Hamilton & NorthWestern Ry. in 1876. The Main Light Station was established in 1838. In the foreground is one of the ferry slips