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  • Port Granby's Anchor - Some Ships It held And Some It Didn't: Schooner Days CCLVI (256)
    TextNewspaper  Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), Sat., Sept. 5, 1936     Schooner Days No. 256 Port Granby's Anchor - Some Ships It held And Some It Didn't By C.H.J. Snider

    Port Granby pier was 125 yards long, from storehouse to pierhead, and two vessels could lie at it, head and stern, on the east side, where the water was deepest. Vessels ...

    TextNewspaper  Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), Sat., Sept. 5, 1936   Schooner Days No. 256 Port Granby's Anchor - Some Ships It held And Some It Didn't By C.H.J. Snider

    Port Granby pier was 125 yards long, from storehouse to pierhead, ...

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