Additional Marine News

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
The Upper Canada Railway Society
Echoes of "Steelton Gap"
A Word of Thanks to our Members
Captain Ernest H. Ridd
A Question of Latitude
Ship of the Month No. 104 Mapleheath
Offerings From Freshwater Press
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations

Shortly after arriving at Port Colborne with D.D.S. SALVAGER, the tug TUSKER was involved in an accident. The Clarence Street bridge failed to rise for the downbound A. S. GLOSSBRENNER and the freighter, attempting to stop, lost steerageway and swung over, striking TUSKER and damaging her Kort steering nozzle. TUSKER was towed by BAGOTVILLE to the Canadian Dredge and Dock drydock at Kingston for the necessary repairs, arriving there on September 26.



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