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  • C. S. BAND in Goderich harbour
    Image       C. S. BAND is shown in Goderich harbour, canted to starboard for work on her bottom, in this November 1, 1962 photo
    Image     C. S. BAND is shown in Goderich harbour, canted to starboard for work on her bottom, in this November 1, 1962 photo
  • Lionel Parsons
    Image       Photograph of LIONEL PARSONS leaving Goderich in tow of W. J. IVAN PURVIS for scrapping at Thunder Bay
    Image     Photograph of LIONEL PARSONS leaving Goderich in tow of W. J. IVAN PURVIS for scrapping at Thunder Bay
  • Caribou in frame
    Image       Photograph of the CARIBOU's hull in frame at the Marlton Shipyard in Goderich.
    Image     Photograph of the CARIBOU's hull in frame at the Marlton Shipyard in Goderich.
  • Caribou under construction
    Image       Photograph of the CARIBOU's hull with the planking complete at the Marlton Shipyard in Goderich. Framing of the cabin has begun.
    Image     Photograph of the CARIBOU's hull with the planking complete at the Marlton Shipyard in Goderich. Framing of the cabin has begun.
  • Caribou in Goderich harbour
    Image       Photograph of the CARIBOU not long after her trials in 1904
    Image     Photograph of the CARIBOU not long after her trials in 1904
  • Propellor and Brig Ashore
    NewspaperText  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 30 Oct 1844, p. 4    

    From the Buffalo Commercial of Saturday

    Propellor and Brig Ashore.-- By letters received in town to-day per Constitution, we learn that the propeller Emigrant, with a cargo of 9000 bushels of wheat, from Chicago, for this port, is ashore at Goderich, ...

    NewspaperText  New York Spectator (New York, NY), 30 Oct 1844, p. 4  

    From the Buffalo Commercial of Saturday

    Propellor and Brig Ashore.-- By letters received in town to-day per Constitution, we learn that the propeller Emigrant, with a cargo of 9000 ...

  • Steamer Wexford Wrecked and Likely Two More Ships
    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3     STEAMER WEXFORD WRECKED AND LIKELY TWO MORE SHIPS _______ Awful Toll of Human Life Paid to Fury of the Great Storm _______ BIG FREIGHTERS ARE AGROUND _______ Several Vessels Come to Grief at Various Points Along Great Lakes _______

    It ...

    NewspaperText  Globe (Toronto, ON), 12 Nov 1913, 1, 3   STEAMER WEXFORD WRECKED AND LIKELY TWO MORE SHIPS _______ Awful Toll of Human Life Paid to Fury of the Great Storm _______ BIG FREIGHTERS ARE AGROUND _______ Several Vessels Come ...
  • N. Dyment (1900)
    Ship       Official No.: 107134; 73x17x8 Owned by N. Dyment, Barrie Ont. 1904; A. G. Knowles, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. 1914, 1921; C. Hixon & Co., Blind River 1927. Destroyed by fire 05/12/29 Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. ; Final Location: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 107134; 73x17x8 Owned by N. Dyment, Barrie Ont. 1904; A. G. Knowles, Sault Ste. Marie Ont. 1914, 1921; C. Hixon & Co., Blind River 1927. Destroyed by fire ...
  • Orcadia (1888)
    Ship       Official No.: 90768; 54x14x5 Owned by J. Jackson, Port Coldwell Ont. 1895; J. Morrison, Port Coldwell 1901; Thunder Bay Contracting Co. 1917; Great Lakes Dredging & Construction Co. 1921. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1888. Engine 10x12 (maker unknown). Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 90768; 54x14x5 Owned by J. Jackson, Port Coldwell Ont. 1895; J. Morrison, Port Coldwell 1901; Thunder Bay Contracting Co. 1917; Great Lakes Dredging & Construction Co. 1921. Built ...
  • Osprey (1902)
    Ship       Official No.: 107138; 72x15x7 Owned by A. Purvis, Gore Bay Ont. Fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 107138; 72x15x7 Owned by A. Purvis, Gore Bay Ont. Fish tug.
  • R.B. McPherson (1871)
    Ship       54x11x6 Owned by J. Brown, Thorold 1872, 1877; Aikins, Dunnville 1881; J. Mason, Collingwood 1886; J. Morrison, Collingwood 1895, 1901. Built by D. Plumstead, Goderich 1871. Tug.
    Ship     54x11x6 Owned by J. Brown, Thorold 1872, 1877; Aikins, Dunnville 1881; J. Mason, Collingwood 1886; J. Morrison, Collingwood 1895, 1901. Built by D. Plumstead, Goderich 1871. Tug.
  • R.H. Dobson (1902)
    Ship       Official No.: 111971; 75x15x7 Owned by Dobson & McLeod, Southampton 1917, 1935; J. & W. J. Purvis, Gore Bay 1945. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1902. Fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 111971; 75x15x7 Owned by Dobson & McLeod, Southampton 1917, 1935; J. & W. J. Purvis, Gore Bay 1945. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1902. Fish tug.
  • Sandford (1897)
    Ship       Official No.: 103888; 72x17x8 Owned by R. E. Moore, Lion's Head Ont. 1901; Standard Chemical Iron & Lumber Co. 1917. Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 103888; 72x17x8 Owned by R. E. Moore, Lion's Head Ont. 1901; Standard Chemical Iron & Lumber Co. 1917. Tug.
  • Sea King (1892)
    Ship       Official No.: 96874; 58x14x5 Owned by J. Clark, Goderich 1895; Dominion Fish Co. 1901, 1921; A. W. Lowe, Owen Sound 1927. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1892. Fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 96874; 58x14x5 Owned by J. Clark, Goderich 1895; Dominion Fish Co. 1901, 1921; A. W. Lowe, Owen Sound 1927. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1892. Fish tug.
  • Sea Queen (1892)
    Ship       Official No.: 96875; 52x12x5 Owned by J. Clark, Goderich. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1892. Fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 96875; 52x12x5 Owned by J. Clark, Goderich. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1892. Fish tug.
  • Seagull (1890)
    Ship       Official No.: 96872; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96872 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 54 x 12 -- 31 tons Rebuilt: Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada in 1914
    Ship     Official No.: 96872; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96872 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 54 x 12 -- 31 tons Rebuilt: Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada in 1914
  • Susan C. Doty (1871)
    Ship       60x10x5 Owned by S. Talsman, Goderich 1871; Price Mallory & Co. 1874; G. Stalker, Collingwood 1877; R. Thomson, Parry Sound 1886; J. Rae, Meaford 1895; J. Ganley, Collingwood 1898. Built by W. Marlton, Goderich 1871. Fish tug. Wrecked 22/11/79 Christian Island, Georgian Bay. salvaged.
    Ship     60x10x5 Owned by S. Talsman, Goderich 1871; Price Mallory & Co. 1874; G. Stalker, Collingwood 1877; R. Thomson, Parry Sound 1886; J. Rae, Meaford 1895; J. Ganley, Collingwood 1898. Built ...
  • Tecumseh (1873)
    Ship       200x30x13 Owned by Merchants Bank, Chatham Ont. 1875; to "Port Huron parties" 1879; to P. McArthur, Toronto 1886, 1901; Trethewey & Son, Goderich 1909. Built by Hyslop & Ronald, Chatham and launched 25/06/73. First engine 26-48x28 by builders; re-engined 1898, details lacking. Used Lake Ontario-Upper Lakes. Custom-house measure (pre-1877) 633t. ...
    Ship     200x30x13 Owned by Merchants Bank, Chatham Ont. 1875; to "Port Huron parties" 1879; to P. McArthur, Toronto 1886, 1901; Trethewey & Son, Goderich 1909. Built by Hyslop & Ronald, Chatham ...
  • Tommy Wright (1873)
    Ship       Official No.: 71142; 44x10x5 Owned by J. J. Wright 1874; Hitchcock & Foley, Chicago 1882; R. J. Sutton, Hamilton 1886; S. Anderson, Midland 1895; J. Anderson, Midland 1901. Built by Marlton, Goderich 1873. Engine 8x8 by Goderich Foundry & Manufacturing Co. Built as ferry from Goderich to new summer resort ...
    Ship     Official No.: 71142; 44x10x5 Owned by J. J. Wright 1874; Hitchcock & Foley, Chicago 1882; R. J. Sutton, Hamilton 1886; S. Anderson, Midland 1895; J. Anderson, Midland 1901. Built by ...
  • Victoria K. (1903)
    Ship       Official No.: 116365; 72x15x7 Owned by M. G. McDonald, Blind River Ont. 1904; P. Sullivan, Blind River 1911, 1917; H. E. Purvis, Gore Bay 1928. Fish tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 116365; 72x15x7 Owned by M. G. McDonald, Blind River Ont. 1904; P. Sullivan, Blind River 1911, 1917; H. E. Purvis, Gore Bay 1928. Fish tug.
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