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  • WILLIAM C. WARREN above the Cedars Lock in the Soulanges Canal
        The date is October 22, 1958, and the WILLIAM C. WARREN is downbound above the Cedars Lock in the old Soulanges Canal. Photo by J. H. Bascom.
      The date is October 22, 1958, and the WILLIAM C. WARREN is ...
  • Acadian
        Photograph of the ACADIAN down bound entering Lock 2 at Cascades in the old Soulanges Canal.
      Photograph of the ACADIAN down bound entering Lock 2 at Cascades in ...
  • Shelter Bay
        Photograph of the SHELTER BAY unbound in the St. Lawrence canals with a load of pulpwood.
      Photograph of the SHELTER BAY unbound in the St. Lawrence canals with ...
  • Scotsman (1903)
        Official No.: 116331; 108x24x7 Owned by Ottawa Forwarding Co. 1903, 1912; to Ottawa Transportation Co. 1913, 1930; to Montreal & Cornwall Navigation Co. 1933. Built by N. Tessier, Ottawa 1903. Engine 11-20x16 by J. & R. Weir, Montreal. Licensed for 30 passengers 1914. Wrecked by ice 16/11/33 Soulanges Canal on ...
      Official No.: 116331; 108x24x7 Owned by Ottawa Forwarding Co. 1903, 1912; to ...
  • Maggie R. Mitchell (1873)
        First Rebuild: Official Number: 90700 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 50 x 14 -- 40 tons Rebuilt: in 1886 50x14x6 Owned by Ross Bros., Port Robinson; to A. Muir, Port Dalhousie 1882. Built by W. Ross & Sons, Port Robinson 1873. Tug. Destroyed by fire 14/10/09 Soulanges Canal. ; Final Location: Soulanges ...
      First Rebuild: Official Number: 90700 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 50 x 14 -- ...
  • Gladys (1894)
        Other Names: Maisonneuve (1903); Official No.: 100658; 76x10x7 Owned by A. W. Thompson, Ottawa 1895, 1901; to Dominion Government 1903; T. C. Simpson, Montreal 1917, 1921. Built by W. O'Mara, Smiths Falls 1884. Engine 7½-14x14 by Vulcan Iron Works, Ottawa. Destroyed by fire 18/11/22 Soulanges Canal. ; Final Location: Soulanges ...
      Other Names: Maisonneuve (1903); Official No.: 100658; 76x10x7 Owned by A. W. ...
  • Towing the stern of a new CPR ship
        Small black and white albumen print of the stern section of one of the 1907 Canadian Pacific Railway steamboats, Assiniboia or Keewatin, being towing through a canal with a tugboat at each end.
      Small black and white albumen print of the stern section of one ...
  • John Gaskin (Barge), C80668, sunk, 4 Nov 1918
        Reason: sunk Freight: oats Remarks: ? ...
      Reason: sunk Freight: oats Remarks: ? ...
  • Dorothy (Propeller), collision, 1 Aug 1905
        Reason: collision Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: collision Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Plummer (Propeller), collision, 1 Aug 1905
        Reason: collision Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: collision Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Dunmore (Barge), collision, 22 Oct 1915
        Reason: collision Remarks: Damaged slightly ...
      Reason: collision Remarks: Damaged slightly ...
  • Ungava (Barge), collision, 22 Oct 1915
        Reason: collision ...
      Reason: collision ...
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