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Mariatown - Ron Beaupre
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Adriaticborg passing Mariatown.
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Adriaticborg heading down to Trois Rivieres.
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 HMCS Montreal approaching Iroquois Lock.
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City class frigate to visit Great Lakes ports.
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Resko on her first trip into the Lakes.
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Resko cabin detail.
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Manitoba approaching Iroquois Lock.
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Seahound passing Mariatown.
   

Algobay St Lawrence Seaway at Kahnawake - 
Kent Malo
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Downbound at Kahnawake above Montreal, Quebec, destination Point Tupper, and Sydney, Nova Scotia at 15:20 Aug, 31.
       

Atlantic Erie preceding HMCS Shawinigan upriver at Hudson Point west of Brockville - Dave Bessant
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Atlantic Erie
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HMCS Shawinigan following a couple of minutes behind, bound for Toronto
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The proximity of the two vessels
   

 Port Stanley, Ont. Fish tugs Aug. 30 - George Wharton
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Nancy A. Siddall coming off Lake Erie with another fresh catch.
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 Into the harbour, note the live flood lamp ornament.
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Stern view.
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Miss Nicole II.
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Royka Bros.

Col. James M. Schoonmaker taken during mid August 2011 -
Jim Hoffman
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Aerial Shots of Goderich, Ontario after an F3 Tornado -
Philip Nash
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Tug Zeus and Barge Robert F. Deegan at the North dock in Goderich was in port when the storm hit along with the Algoma Navigator who was loading salt at the time.  One fatality from the storm was the operator of the salt loading boom. The structures housing the salt where blown away, salt can be seen. The structure to left of the salt was destroyed as well which houses agricultural products.
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 Downtown Goderich Square.
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 Sifto Salt Evaporator Plant located approximately 2 miles inland from the harbour.
   

Historical Perspectives -
 Jim Scrimger
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Lakers Westcliffe Hall,Eaglecliff Hall,Conscliffe Hall and Northcliffe Hall was taken at Kingston Harbour in 1968. Westcliffe Hall was reported broken up in 1986-1987 after service on the Caribbean as Westcliffe. Eaglescliffe Hall sank off Galveston on Feb. 8, 1983, as Eaglescliffe Coniscliffe Hall was last reported anchored and apparently abandoned near the Bahamas as Liberty Hunter Northcliffe Hall sank as Roland Desgagnes on May 27, 1982.
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Bluenose II during a visit to Prescott, mid June 2008
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