c 1906 Coloured postcard of the wharves at the foot of Yonge Street in Toronto. The Union railway station stands behind W.A Geddes, "No. 1 Yonge St.Wharf" Four steamboats are in the view including what appears to be the Niagara Navigation Company steamboat CORONA to the right of the picture. Undivided...
c1921 Coloured postcard of the Georgian Bay Tourist Company steamboat MIDLAND CITY at the wharf, Midland, ON ex MAUD and AMERICA, the MIDLAND CITY was moved to Georgian Bay in 1921 and converted from a paddlewheeler to a screw propeller in 1933. Divided back. Letter on back but not stamped or...
1880 Stereoview of the Yonge Street wharf. At least four steamboats are in port. Three of the four have passengers on board, many of them holding up umbrellas to shield them from the sun. In the foreground there is a large stack of cordwood waiting to be carried across the gangplank. Behind the...
c1907 Coloured postcard of the Kingston waterfront. To the right side of the picture is Kingston City Hall. In front of City Hall is the station of the former Kingston and Pembroke Railway. At the time of the image it served as the inner city station of the Grand Trunk Railway. To the extreme left is a...
The steam launch HERO berthed at the foot of Simcoe Street. In the backgrond is seen the Great Western Railway passenger wharf and beyond that, the freight shed and the grain elevator. Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
Van Cleve, James, Rail-road Depot at Cape Vincent, "Rail-road Depot at Cape Vincent," The Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company's hand-book for travelers to Niagara Falls, Montreal and Quebec, and through Lake Champlain to Saratoga Springs (Buffalo, NY: Jewett, Thomas & Co., 1852), 1852, p. 85 A steamboat approaches the wharf at Cape Vincent where a train awaits. A schooner is also in the scene. View of the Ship House
Van Cleve, James, Rail-road Depot at Ogdensburgh, "Rail-road Depot at Ogdensburgh," The Ontario and St. Lawrence Steamboat Company's hand-book for travelers to Niagara Falls, Montreal and Quebec, and through Lake Champlain to Saratoga Springs (Buffalo, NY: Jewett, Thomas & Co., 1852), 1852, p. 105 A number of schooners lie in Ogdensburg, at the depot of the Northern Railroad
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