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The Wharves, Montreal, Canada 
Image  1915  Stereoview of Montreal Harbour 10625- The Wharves, Montreal Canada; Lat. 45 N; Long. 74 W; Montreal is the great commercial center of the Dominion of Canada. It is situated on the north side of the St. Lawrence River and is 625 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. It is the leading port for the...
One Million Bushel Grain Elevator, Windmill Point, Montreal 
Image  c 1910  Coloured postcard of the industrial portion of Montreal near the bottom of the Lachine Canal featuring the Grand Trunk grain elevator, a long line of railway cars. Lumber is piled along the wharf below the lock. A number of barges, some filled with coal or dredgin spoil lie in the lower right of...
Montreal Harbor looking East, Montreal, Can. 
Image    Coloured postcard showing a crowded Montreal harbour. Two ocean-going vessels, probably of the Allan Line lie on the further side of the basin. Four or five steamboats and unpowered barges are tied up abreast. One is the CONDOR. Coloured postcard. Divided back "Montreal Harbor looking East,...
Grain Elevator (Steamer Discharging), Montreal 
Image    Coloured postcard of a steamboat belonging to the Montreal and Lake Superior Line discharging at the Harbour Commissioners No. 1 Grain Elevator in Montreal harbour. Divided Back. Postmarked "Montreal, QUE Sta R., 7 Mar 1912" "Grain Elevator (Steamer Discharging), Montreal" "102,771" Reverse: "The...
The Quay, Montreal 
Image  c 1907  Coloured photograph of the Montreal waterfront around 1900. The Richelieu and Ontario Navigation steamboat QUEBEC is discharging freight onto the quayside. Two-wheeled horse-drawn carts are in the foreground while the Bonsecours Market can be seen in the background. Divided back. Postage...
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Montreal Harbour