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  • RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), October 1907, page 775
    RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), October 1907, page 775
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), October 1907, page 775page 775     The proposal to establish a dry dock at Port Dalhousie , or between there and Port Colborne , does not appear to be favorably received in marine circles, owing to the fact that large vessels could not pass the first lock at Port Dalhousie....
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), October 1907, page 775page 775   The proposal to establish a dry dock at Port Dalhousie , or between there and Port Colborne , does not appear to be favorably received in marine circles, owing to ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), August 1934, page 368
    RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), August 1934, page 368
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), August 1934, page 368page 368     Welland Canals Work. - Dominion Railways and Canals Department has received tenders for levelling the banks of, and filling the third Welland Canal, from its intersection with the ship canal to Carleton Street in St.Catharines . That portion of the third canal, which was opened in 1887, is ...
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), August 1934, page 368page 368   Welland Canals Work. - Dominion Railways and Canals Department has received tenders for levelling the banks of, and filling the third Welland Canal, from its intersection with the ship canal ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), December 1920, page 688
    RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), December 1920, page 688
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), December 1920, page 688page 688     The steam tug Eleanor , owned in Port Dalhousie , was considerably damaged by fire at St.Catharines , Nov. 7. She was engaged on the repair of the pier there, and it was said that fires were left burning on board when she was tied up at night. The upper ...
    textnewspaper  RailwayMarine World (Toronto, ON), December 1920, page 688page 688   The steam tug Eleanor , owned in Port Dalhousie , was considerably damaged by fire at St.Catharines , Nov. 7. She was engaged on the repair of the pier there, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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