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Steamer "Western World" 
Image  Orr, J. W., Steamer "Western World", "Steamer "Western World"," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (New York, NY), 7 Jun 1856  ...Woodcut engraving of the Steamer "Western World," Capt. J. H. Barker, of the Michigan Central Railroad Line, between Buffalo and Detroit....
HERBERT K. OAKES in Buffalo Dry Dock 
Image  c1918  ...HERBERT K. OAKES, in the colours of the Beaver Steamship Company, has some bow plates replaced in Buffalo Dry Dock about 1918....
Manchester in Buffalo Dry Dock 
Image    ...Photograph taken for the Buffalo Dry Dock Company of the MANCHESTER in drydock. In the background is the NORTH STAR....
SARNOR in drydock at Buffalo 
Image  1 Jun 1917  ...This is SARNOR as she appeared in drydock at Buffalo on June 1st, 1917, a scant two months before the eruption of the legal battle over her ownership....
MARISKA cut apart at Buffalo 
Image  September 23, 1918  ...The rebuilt MARISKA, in Bassett Steamship Co. colours, is cut apart at Buffalo for the passage to the coast. Photo dated September 23, 1918....
Edward E. Loomis in lay up 
Image    ...Photograph of EDWARD E. LOOMIS laid up in the Buffalo City Ship Canal showing damage from her collision with the W. C. FRANZ....
Scanner, v. 4, n. 8 (May 1972) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 4, n. 8 (May 1972), Scanner, v. 4, n. 8 (May 1972) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), May 1972  ... the craneship YANKCANUCK passed through the Poe Lock en route to the Algoma Steel dock. The first ship to make it out of Buffalo, a perennial spring trouble spot, was PONTIAC which sailed on April 9th. Duluth saw its first arrival of the year on the 12th when WILLIAM CLAY FORD arrived to load. Toronto Harbour...
Scanner, v. 17, n. 9 (Summer 1985) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 17, n. 9 (Summer 1985), "Scanner, v. 17, n. 9 (Summer 1985)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Aug 1985  ...-unloader SAGINAW BAY, (a) FRANK H. GOODYEAR (II)(39), (b) DIAMOND ALKALI (II)(76), (c) BUFFALO (I)(78), arrived at Ramey's Bend in tow, having been purchased by Marine Salvage Ltd. She spent the winter in the scrapyard, but was resold this spring to overseas breakers. She passed down the Welland Canal on July...
Scanner, v. 15, n.7 (April 1983) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 15, n.7 (April 1983), "Scanner, v. 15, n.7 (April 1983)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Apr 1983  ... to their own respective accounts, and never let her mix in with the Gilchrist operations. During 1896 and 1897, however, Osborne chartered JOHN W. MOORE to a company called the Great Lakes Steamship Company of Buffalo, an independent package freight line which was formed in 1896 by General John Gordon and J...
Scanner, v. 17, n. 6 (March 1985) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 17, n. 6 (March 1985), "Scanner, v. 17, n. 6 (March 1985)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Mar 1985  .... Nanticoke: CANADIAN TRANSPORT. Buffalo: CANADIANA, ALASTAIR GUTHRIE, KINSMAN INDEPENDENT and SAM LAUD. Utica, N.Y.; DAY PECKINPAUGH. Charlotte. N.Y.: MERKUR ("Tall Ship"). Montreal: To previous list, add DOAN TRANSPORT (arrived Jan. 29) and delete LADY FRANKLIN (went back...
Scanner, v. 10, n. 2 (November 1977) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 10, n. 2 (November 1977), Scanner, v. 10, n. 2 (November 1977) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Nov 1977  ... on the ferry's ramps in protest. The islanders are still hoping to prolong the ferry service until December 11 and are seeking a reinstatement of the federal operating subsidy which would allow the boat to operate again in 1978. We have learned that the American Steamship Company of Buffalo has sold its...
Scanner, v. 6, n. 6 (March 1974) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 6, n. 6 (March 1974), Scanner, v. 6, n. 6 (March 1974) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Mar 1974  ... the United States Coast Guard tugs ARUNDEL and NAUGATUCK filled in. We have just learned that there are no vessels (except harbour equipment) wintering in Buffalo harbour this year. This is quite surprising, since even in poor years for lake shipping, there have always been many ships both light...
Scanner, v. 16, n.9 (Mid-Summer 1984) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 16, n.9 (Mid-Summer 1984), "Scanner, v. 16, n.9 (Mid-Summer 1984)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Aug 1984  ... at Toronto or at Montreal. The St. Lawrence Cement Company's small bulk cement carrier ROBERT KOCH has been operating intermittently this year between Clarkson and Buffalo, but not under her own power as before. Instead, she is used as a barge, a towing notch having been built onto her stern. Motive...
Scanner, v. 20, n. 4 (January 1988) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 20, n. 4 (January 1988), "Scanner, v. 20, n. 4 (January 1988)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Jan 1988  ... during Kinsman's expansionary period in the 60s and early 70s, she lasted the longest, surviving many corporate changes and remaining a coal-burner throughout. At 6:00 p.m. on December 11, the G-tug OHIO hauled McCURDY out of Buffalo and up Lake Erie. From shortly after midnight on the 12th until...
Scanner, v. 20, n. 7 (April 1988) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 20, n. 7 (April 1988), "Scanner, v. 20, n. 7 (April 1988)," Scanner (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Apr 1988  ... involved in bringing the vessel into Canada, something which the federal authorities have been loath to approve. It has been reported that the passenger ferry BLOCK ISLAND, which was taken from the east coast to Buffalo, late in 1987, for use on a revived service to Crystal Beach, will be renamed (e...
Scanner, v. 3, n. 8 (May 1971) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 3, n. 8 (May 1971), Scanner, v. 3, n. 8 (May 1971) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), May 1971  ..., Georgian Bay and the Eastern end of Lake Erie. Upbound vessels in the Welland Canal became trapped at Port Colborne because of the heavy ice in the lake and it was well into the latter half of April before the U.S. Coast Guard could break into Buffalo. Windrows in the Point Abino area of Lake Erie were...
Scanner, v. 8, n. 5 (February 1976) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 8, n. 5 (February 1976), Scanner, v. 8, n. 5 (February 1976) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Feb 1976  ... BRANI in 1923 and in 1926 came to the lakes for the McColl Bros. Ltd. Renamed (c) B. B. McCOLL in 1927, she was virtually destroyed by fire at Buffalo in 1928. She was rebuilt as a barge canal motorship in 1930 for Ohio Tankers Corp. and in 1931 became (d) A. J. PATMORE. She was damaged by an explosion...
Scanner, v. 2, n. 8 (May 1970) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 2, n. 8 (May 1970), Scanner, v. 2, n. 8 (May 1970) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), May 1970  ... was severely restricted by heavy ice conditions, and this prevented the usual rush of foreign vessels up the Seaway. Elsewhere, ice has choked shipping in the Whitefish Bay area where a number of Upper Lakers were caught fast on their first upbound passages. The ice problem was also severe in the Buffalo area...
Scanner, v. 6, n. 8 (May 1974) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 6, n. 8 (May 1974), Scanner, v. 6, n. 8 (May 1974) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), May 1974  ... service, STARBUCK looked far more out of place than do today those steamers built during the first decade of this century, yet their comparative age is the same. The story of this famous little steamer began back in 1887 when Drake and Maytham, famous Buffalo vessel operators, ordered an iron package...
Scanner, v. 13, n. 5 (February 1981) 
Web site/page  Bascom, John N., Scanner, v. 13, n. 5 (February 1981), Scanner, v. 13, n. 5 (February 1981) (Toronto, ON: Toronto Marine Historical Society), Feb 1981  ... used on the run between Buffalo and Crystal Beach Park on Lake Erie since 1896. It was early in 1899 that EMPRESS OF INDIA, owned by A. W. Hepburn, had been sent down the lake to Picton for rebuilding and lengthening. It was to replace her that LINCOLN was chartered, for LAKESIDE could not possibly...

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