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  • WIT TRANSPORT west of Matane, Quebec
    Image       The camera of Daniel Berube, Rimouoski, caught WIT TRANSPORT, the former COVE TRANSPORT, aground in the St. Lawrence just west of Matane, Quebec, in late November. She was subsequently released.
    Image     The camera of Daniel Berube, Rimouoski, caught WIT TRANSPORT, the former COVE TRANSPORT, aground in the St. Lawrence just west of Matane, Quebec, in late November. She was subsequently released.
  • Valmont T. (1923)
    Ship       Official No.: 150616; 93x27x9 Owned by La Cie. de Transport de Fret de Gaspé 1923.
    Ship     Official No.: 150616; 93x27x9 Owned by La Cie. de Transport de Fret de Gaspé 1923.
  • West (1859)
    Ship       Official No.: 46256; 138x26x11 Owned by a fluid series of partnerships. Built by A. Cantin, Montreal 1859. Engine 25x30 (maker unknown). Used Montreal-Lake Erie. Left Quebec for Halifax November 1864 but wrecked 12/12/64 Little Matane Bay. ; Final Location: Matane, Quebec, Canada, Wrecked
    Ship     Official No.: 46256; 138x26x11 Owned by a fluid series of partnerships. Built by A. Cantin, Montreal 1859. Engine 25x30 (maker unknown). Used Montreal-Lake Erie. Left Quebec for Halifax November 1864 ...
  • A. Tremblay (1916)
    Ship       Official No.: 138262; 112x28x10 Owned by U. Tremblay et. al 1916, 1921; La Cie. de Navigation Tremblay Ltée, 1927. Engine 12-24x15 by F. X. Drolet, Quebec. Built to haul coal from Sydney N. S. but by 1925 was a rum-runner. Seized by Royal Canadian Mounted Police May 1929 and junked.
    Ship     Official No.: 138262; 112x28x10 Owned by U. Tremblay et. al 1916, 1921; La Cie. de Navigation Tremblay Ltée, 1927. Engine 12-24x15 by F. X. Drolet, Quebec. Built to haul coal ...
  • Cap Chat (1928)
    Ship       Official No.: 154454; 93x29x10 Owned by J. Richardson Co., Matane Que. 1928; Cap Chat Transportation Co., Cap Chat Que. 1935; A. Marier, Île d'Orléans Que. 1945.
    Ship     Official No.: 154454; 93x29x10 Owned by J. Richardson Co., Matane Que. 1928; Cap Chat Transportation Co., Cap Chat Que. 1935; A. Marier, Île d'Orléans Que. 1945.
  • Josephus (1900)
    Ship       Official No.: 138135; First Rebuild: Official Number: 138135 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 77 x 24 -- 81 tons Rebuilt: Matane, Quebec, Canada in 1915 77x24x7 Owned by Z. Castonguay, Matane Que. 1921; F. Caron, Tadoussac 1927.
    Ship     Official No.: 138135; First Rebuild: Official Number: 138135 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 77 x 24 -- 81 tons Rebuilt: Matane, Quebec, Canada in 1915 77x24x7 Owned by Z. Castonguay, Matane Que. ...
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