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  • FEDERAL VOYAGER
    Image       FEDERAL VOYAGER: Upbound in the St. Lawrence passing Vercherres, Quebec, bound Montreal.
    Image     FEDERAL VOYAGER: Upbound in the St. Lawrence passing Vercherres, Quebec, bound Montreal.
  • M.S. BATORY
    Image       M.S. BATORY. On a cloudy fall day approaching Vercherres, Quebec. September 17, 1962
    Image     M.S. BATORY. On a cloudy fall day approaching Vercherres, Quebec. September 17, 1962
  • M.S. BATORY.
    Image       M.S. BATORY. Heading downriver, having passed the quaint town of Vercherres, Quebec. October 10, 1962
    Image     M.S. BATORY. Heading downriver, having passed the quaint town of Vercherres, Quebec. October 10, 1962
  • IRVINGSTREAM passes Vercheres
    Image       IRVINGSTREAM passes Vercheres, Oct. 13, 1962.
    Image     IRVINGSTREAM passes Vercheres, Oct. 13, 1962.
  • DEMETERTON passing Vercheres
    Image       This is DEMETERTON, now named ST. LAWRENCE NAVIGATOR, as she looked passing Vercheres on November 23, 1974.
    Image     This is DEMETERTON, now named ST. LAWRENCE NAVIGATOR, as she looked passing Vercheres on November 23, 1974.
  • Cultivateur (1883)
    Ship       Other Names: Ile Heron (1895); Napierville; Official No.: 85308; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85308 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 113 x 42 -- 160 tons Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1891 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada 114x30x5 Owned by Cie. de Navigation de la Côte St-Catherine 1886; G. Stacey, ...
    Ship     Other Names: Ile Heron (1895); Napierville; Official No.: 85308; First Rebuild: Official Number: 85308 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 113 x 42 -- 160 tons Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1891 Second ...
  • Honore (1894)
    Ship       Official No.: 103242; 52x13x5 Owned by J. H. Dansereau, Verchères Que. 1894; S. Thompson & W. J. Finn, Cascades Point Que. 1901; L. Cohen, Montreal 1917. Built by J. H. Dansereau, Verchères 1894. Engine 10x12 by J. & R. Weir, Montreal. Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 103242; 52x13x5 Owned by J. H. Dansereau, Verchères Que. 1894; S. Thompson & W. J. Finn, Cascades Point Que. 1901; L. Cohen, Montreal 1917. Built by J. H. ...
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