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  • Geronia
        Photograph of GERONIA leaving Collingwood harbour on her trials, 18 July 1911.
      Photograph of GERONIA leaving Collingwood harbour on her trials, 18 July 1911.
  • John B. Aird
        Photograph of the launch of the stern section of the JOHN B. AIRD at Collingwood on 21 October 1982.
      Photograph of the launch of the stern section of the JOHN B. ...
  • Upper Canada:  Plans of Ports in Lake Huron: 
 Penetanguishene, Collingwood, Goderich [1865]
        Georgian Bay Penetanguishene Harbour Surveyed by Lieut. Henry W. Bayfield, R. N. 1822 Magnetic Variation in 1863, increasing 4' annually. -- Georgian Bay Collingwood harbour Surveyed by Mr. Wm. Gibbard, C.E. April 1858 -- Goderich Harbour Surveyed by Mr. F. A. Wise July 1861 Lighthouse, Lat. 49. 45' 0 N. ...
      Georgian Bay Penetanguishene Harbour Surveyed by Lieut. Henry W. Bayfield, R. N. ...
  • Upper Canada:  Plans of Ports in Lake Huron: 
 Penetanguishene, Collingwood, Goderich
        Georgian Bay Penetanguishene Harbour Surveyed by Lieut. Henry W. Bayfield, R. N. 1822 -- Georgian Bay Collingwood harbour Surveyed by Mr. Wm. Gibbard, C.E. April 1858 -- Goderich Harbour Surveyed by Mr. F. A. Wise July 1861 Lighthouse, Lat. 49. 45' 0 N. Long 81. 41'. W. from Greenwich (Approximate) ...
      Georgian Bay Penetanguishene Harbour Surveyed by Lieut. Henry W. Bayfield, R. N. ...
  • Collingwood and its Approaches [1890]
        Canada Georgian Bay - Lake Huron Collingwood and its Approaches Surveyed by Staff Commander J. G. Boulton, R. N. Assisted by Messrs. J. W. Stewart and D. C. Campbell, 1888 under the orders of the Government of the Dominion of Canada. ... Magnetic Variation in 1913, increasing about 3' annually. ...
      Canada Georgian Bay - Lake Huron Collingwood and its Approaches Surveyed by ...
  • Dredge Leland
        Photograph of the dredge LELAND with a broken wharf in the foreground. In the background are two boilers on shore. The rigs in the foreground may be drill hammers, making holes for explosives. To the right of the image appears to be a box of Giant Gelatin explosives.
      Photograph of the dredge LELAND with a broken wharf in the foreground. ...
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