Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Charred Wreckage of Noronic Dining Room
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Posted by Bill Harrison, 14 June 2013 at 9:19

Such a sad and drastic ending of the Noronic the "dream-boat" of a fabulous and first time momentous event in June of 1949 in the lives of a group of high school graduates from the little town of Vassar, Michigan. For most, after a year of many fund raising events, it was their first "grown-up" life's excursion out in the world on a trip from Detroit to Toronto, Canada via the Niagara Falls.

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Charred Wreckage of Noronic Dining Room


Black and white news wire agency photograph of the gutted interior of the dining cabin of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORONIC. The deck above and the deck below are sagging. Water from the fire fighters lies in large puddles on the deck.