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  • TOILER  in the St. Clair River
        TOILER is seen in the St. Clair River in this 1915 Pesha photo, which shows her after her conversion to steam power.
      TOILER is seen in the St. Clair River in this 1915 Pesha ...
  • The Vessel Toiler's Machinery.
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), December 1911, pp. 1177, 1179, 1181     In previous issues we have given various particulars about the vessel Toiler, which was built in England, and which is now in Canada engaged in the lake trade. The following additional information will be of interest:-- The propelling machinery consists of two Diesel oil engines driving ...
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), December 1911, pp. 1177, 1179, 1181   In previous issues we have given various particulars about the vessel Toiler, ...
  • The Vessel Toiler's Oil Engines
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), July 1911, pp. 689, 691     A great deal has been written of late about vessels, both large and small, driven by oil engines. As a matter of fact, the number of oil engine propelled seagoing vessels probably does not as yet number more than two or three, and by far the largest of these is ...
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), July 1911, pp. 689, 691   A great deal has been written of late about vessels, both large ...
  • Steamship Toiler
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 375     The above is a somewhat crude illustration, but the best available of the s.s. Toiler, which is being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, and which was fully described in our last issue. ...
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), April 1911, p. 375   The above is a somewhat crude illustration, but the best available of ...
  • A New Type of Lake Freighter
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 273, 275     A freight steamship, The Toiler, is now being built in England for the Canadian canal and lake trade, which is a decided innovation. It is simply a hull, without any top hamper, masts, or even funnels, as it will be operated by internal combustion oil engines, the same as automobiles. ...
    The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON: Acton Burrowes), March 1911, 273, 275   A freight steamship, The Toiler, is now being built in England for ...
  • Telescope, v. 42, n. 5 (September-October 1994)
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