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  • The Inner Harbor Collingwood
    The Inner Harbor Collingwood
    imagecomment  c1910     "The Inner Harbor Collingwood" "Published for E. S. Brown, Collingwood 3690"Reverse: "Warwick Bro'sRutter, Limited, Publishers, Toronto
    imagecomment  c1910   "The Inner Harbor Collingwood" "Published for E. S. Brown, Collingwood 3690"Reverse: "Warwick Bro'sRutter, Limited, Publishers, Toronto
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Dry Dock of Collingwood Shipbuilding Co.
    Dry Dock of Collingwood Shipbuilding Co.
    image  1907     "Dry Dock of Collingwood Shipbuilding Co."
    image  1907   "Dry Dock of Collingwood Shipbuilding Co."
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Midland Prince, Collingwood, a few minutes before the Launch
    Midland Prince, Collingwood, a few minutes before the Launch
    image  1907     "Midland Prince, Collingwood, a few minutes before the Launch"Reverse:"Published by Pugh, Toronto"
    image  1907   "Midland Prince, Collingwood, a few minutes before the Launch"Reverse:"Published by Pugh, Toronto"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Launching at Collingwood, Ont.
    Launching at Collingwood, Ont.
    image  1908     Handwritten: " Launching at Collingwood, Ont." "G. B. Green"
    image  1908   Handwritten: " Launching at Collingwood, Ont." "G. B. Green"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • In the Harbor, Collingwood, Canada
    In the Harbor, Collingwood, Canada
    imagemysterycomment       "In the Harbor, Collingwood, Canada"Reverse: " Published by Stedman Bros., Brantford, Canada. Made in Germany 655"
    imagemysterycomment     "In the Harbor, Collingwood, Canada"Reverse: " Published by Stedman Bros., Brantford, Canada. Made in Germany 655"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont.
    Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont.
    image  1908     "Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont., launched 26th Nov. 1908, 365 feet over all, 6200 horse power, freight capacity 3000 tons"
    image  1908   "Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont., launched 26th Nov. 1908, 365 feet over all, 6200 horse power, freight capacity 3000 tons"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • City of Meaford
    City of Meaford
    image  c 1917     Built in Meaford ans launched as the SEAMAN in 1906, the CITY OF MEAFORD burned in Collingwood in May 1919.
    image  c 1917   Built in Meaford ans launched as the SEAMAN in 1906, the CITY OF MEAFORD burned in Collingwood in May 1919.
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Shipyard and Dry Dock, Collingwood, Canada
    Shipyard and Dry Dock, Collingwood, Canada
    image  c 1907     "Shipyard and Dry Dock, Collingwood, Canada"Reverse: " Published by Stedman Bros., Brantford, Canada. Made in Germany 655"
    image  c 1907   "Shipyard and Dry Dock, Collingwood, Canada"Reverse: " Published by Stedman Bros., Brantford, Canada. Made in Germany 655"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The Docks, Collingwood, Canada
    The Docks, Collingwood, Canada
    image  c 1907     "The Docks, Collingwood, Canada" "101,426"Reverse: "ValentineSons' Publishing Co. Ltd., Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain. Published by E. S. Brown, Collingwood, Canada"
    image  c 1907   "The Docks, Collingwood, Canada" "101,426"Reverse: "ValentineSons' Publishing Co. Ltd., Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain. Published by E. S. Brown, Collingwood, Canada"
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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