The following major commercial vessels are laid up at Toronto this winter:
R. BRUCE ANGUS E. B. BARBER BAYSHELL CANADIAN HUNTER CANADIAN MARINER CHICAGO TRIBUNE CONDARRELL CONGAR ENGLISH RIVER
FERNGLEN FRANQUELIN FUEL MARKETER GOLDEN HIND GORDON C. LEITCH
McAsphalt 201 (targe)
MELDRUM BAY NEW YORK NEWS JAMES NORRIS
OUTARDE QUEDOC RED WING
STEPHEN B. ROMAN SEAWAY QUEEN FRANK A. SHERMAN TUSKER (tug) WHEAT KING
In Addition, the following other vessels are in port, some operating regularly or intermittently, whilst others are laid up for the winter:
In Addition, the following other ve ly or intermittently, whilst others
ALGONQUIN QUEEN (Q.C.Y.C. ferry) BAGOTVILLE (tug) BONNIE J. B. (tug) BOBBY BOWES (tug) CANADIAN ARGOSY (dredge) COLINETTE (pilot service tug) FLO COOPER (tug) DERRICK NO. 7 (derrick barge) DUCHESS V (pilot service tug) EMPIRE SANDY (excursion boat) H.M.C.S. HAIDA (museum ship) NED HANLAN II (tug) HIAWATHA (R.C.Y.C. ferry) WILLIAM INGLIS (Island ferry) JADRAN (floating restaurant) KENNETH A. (T.H.C. tug) KWASIND (R.C.Y.C. ferry) J. G. LANGTON (T.H.C. tug) WM. LYON MACKENZIE (firetug) MAPLE CITY (Airport ferry) MARIPOSA BELLE (excursion boat)
ssels are in port, some operating regular-are laid up for the winter:
SAM McBRIDE (Island ferry)
NORMAC (sunken hull only)
ONGIARA (Island ferry)
PROGRESS III (derrick barge)
R.C.L. TUG 11 (tug)
THOMAS RENNIE (Island ferry)
WILLIAM REST (T.H.C. tug)
SALVAGE PRINCE (former tug)
FRED SCANDRETT (T.H.C. tug)
DAVID H. SIMPSON (excursion/tour boat)
GLADYS M. SIMPSON - do -
HARVEY H. SIMPSON - do -
MISS KIM SIMPSON - do -
MISS SHAWN SIMPSON - do -
F. M. STING (small tug)
TERRY S. (pilot service tug)
T.H.C. 50 (T.H.C. derrick barge)
TRILLIUM (ferry/excursion steamer)
VULCAN II (excursion boat)
WAYWARD PRINCESS (excursion boat)
plus assorted small workboats, barges, excursion yachts, tenders, etc., too numerous to name, and also the hulls of;
BLUEBELL (former ferry, hull now lying derelict inside the tip of the Leslie Street Headland)
DOUGLASS HOUGHTON (breakwater at Ontario Place)
RAPIDS QUEEN (breakwater at Queen City Yacht Club)
HOWARD L. SHAW (breakwater at Ontario Place)
VICTORIOUS (breakwater at Ontario Place)
The following major commercial vessels are reported to be laid up for the winter at various lake and river ports, which we list roughly by area. As usual, we do not include any small ferries, tugs, workboats, derrick scows, dredges, etc., unless specifically noted.
Hamilton: ALGOBAY, ALGOLAKE, ALGOWEST, BIRCHGLEN, CANADIAN CENTURY,
CANADIAN PROGRESS, CANADIAN PROSPECTOR, CAROL LAKE, FORT HENRY, FORT ST. LOUIS, FORT YORK, ROBERT KOCH, LAC STE-ANNE, MENIHEK LAKE, RALPH MISENER, SCOTT MISENER, NIAGARA II, OAKGLEN, JEAN PARISIEN, SENNEVILLE, SILVER ISLE, WILLOW-GLEN, plus numerous assorted tugs, barges, workboats, etc.
Port Weller; CANADIAN ENTERPRISE, CANADIAN OLYMPIC, ROYALTON ( OTTERCLIFFE HALL) Welland: SAGUENAY. Thorold: No vessels wintering.
Humberstone: CANADOC, E. G. GRACE (scrap), LAKETON, MANTADOC, PONTIAC (scrap), SAGINAW BAY (scrap), V. W. SCULLY, SENATOR OF CANADA.
Port Colborne: ALGOWAY, CANADIAN EXPLORER, CANADIAN RANGER, COMEAUDOC, ERINDALE (scrap), LAKE MANITOBA, MR. NEIL (drill rig), NORDALE (remains), RICHELIEU, TELESIS, UNGAVA TRANSPORT (scrap).
Kingston: CHARLEVOIX (ferry), CIUDAD DE INCA (sailing vessel), DONNELLY (barge), HOCHELAGA, MAPLEHEATH (lighter), DANIEL McALLISTER (tug), T. R. McLAGAN, METIS, NIPIGON BAY, WOLFE ISLANDER (III)(museum).
Deseronto: WITTRANSPORT II (barge and former tanker).
Prescott: No vessels wintering. Cardinal: TARANTAU.
Iroquois: SEAWAY TRADER (on wall below Iroquois Lock).
Montreal: ARCTIC VIKING, BAIE ST. PAUL, BLACK BAY, CANADIAN AMBASSADOR, CANADIAN LEADER, CANADIAN NAVIGATOR, CATALINA, C.C.G.S. SIMON FRASER, FERBEC, FRANKCLIFFE HALL, H. M. GRIFFITH, IMPERIAL LACHINE, KANGUK, KINGDOC, LADY FRANKLIN, LAKE WINNIPEG, J. W. McGIFFIN, MONTCLIFFE HALL, MURRAY BAY, ONTADOC, RIVERSHELL, STEELCLIFFE HALL, C.C.G.S. VILLE MARIE, VILLE MARIE II, WHITEFISH BAY.
Sorel: ALLEGE, CHEMICAL TRANSPORT, LOUIS R. DESMARAIS, D'IBERVILLE, FEDERAL PIONEER, FORT GASPE, HUDSON TRANSPORT, LE FRENE NO. 1, LOCKEPORT, MAPLECLIFFE HALL, N. B. McLEAN, SKUA.
Erie: CONSUMERS POWER, ARTHUR B. HOMER, JIGGS (tug), JOHNSTOWN, LAKEWOOD, NIAGARA, PRESQUE ISLE, J. S. ST. JOHN, SPARROWS POINT.
Ashtabula: C. L. AUSTIN (scrap), JAMES R. BARKER, CHARLES M. BEEGHLY, WILLIAM J. DeLANCEY, FRANK R. DENTON (scrap).
Cleveland: J. BURTON AYERS, BUFFALO, JOHN DYKSTRA, J.A.W. IGLEHART, HERBERT C. JACKSON, NICOLET, NORTHERLY ISLAND (dredge), SATURN, PAUL THAYER.
Lorain: LEON FRASER, MERLE M. McCURDY.
Sandusky: G. A. BOECKLING, JOHN R. EMERY, ESPERANCE III, assorted ferries.
Toledo: ALGOPORT, ALGOSOO, ASHLAND, WILLIS B. BOYER, COURTNEY BURTON, CADILLAC, CHAMPLAIN, COLUMBIA STAR, ADAM E. CORNELIUS, GEMINI, W. W. HOLLOWAY, JOHN T. HUTCHINSON, ROGER M. KYES, WILLIAM G. MATHER, MAYA (tug), McKEE SONS, MIDDLETOWN, ROBERT C. NORTON, CRISPIN OGLEBAY, RICHARD J. REISS, WILLIAM A. REISS, RESERVE, W. C. RICHARDSON (hull), WILLIAM R. ROESCH, WILLIAM P. SNYDER JR., THOMAS WILSON.
Monroe: SHARON. Huron: No vessels wintering.
Ecorse: S. T. CRAPO, LEON FALK JR., GEORGE M. HUMPHREY, GEORGE A. STINSON.
Dearborn: ERNEST R. BREECH, BENSON FORD, HENRY FORD II, WILLIAM CLAY FORD.
Ojibway: ALGOWOOD, FORT CHAMBLY, MANITOULIN, TADOUSSAC.
Windsor: ELMGLEN, JENSEN STAR, SILVERDALE (scrap).
Port Huron: KINSMAN ENTERPRISE (storage barge and dock facility).
Sarnia: AGAWA CANYON, JOHN B. AIRD, ALGORAIL, CARTIERCLIFFE HALL, A. S. GLOSSBRENNER, IMPERIAL SARNIA, ISLAND TRANSPORT, plus EASTERN SHELL.
Bay City: ALABAMA (barge), AMOCO ILLINOIS, AMOCO WISCONSIN, F. T. KELLERS (tug).
Zilwaukee (Saginaw): GREGORY J. BUSCH (salvage tug).
Alpena: LEWIS G. HARRIMAN, JOHN KENDALL (tug), MASSEY D. (salvage vessel).
Rogers City: CALCITE II, IRVIN L. CLYMER, T. W. ROBINSON, ROGERS CITY, MYRON C. TAYLOR.
Mackinaw City: CHIEF WAWATAM.
Marinette/Menominee: BUCKEYE, JOSEPH H. THOMPSON.
Muskegon: AQUARAMA, HIGHWAY 16, H. LEE WHITE, CHARLES E. WILSON.
Milwaukee: ARTHUR M. ANDERSON, L. E. BLOCK, CASON J. CALLAWAY, PHILIP R. CLARKE, WILLIAM H. DONNER, E. M. FORD, LEWIS WILSON FOY, EDWIN H. GOTT, JUPITER, MEDUSA CHALLENGER, CLARENCE B. RANDALL, EDGAR B. SPEER. South Chicago: CLIFFS VICTORY, C.T.C. NO. 1, PETER A. B. WIDENER.
Chicago: ABBY (yacht club), CLIPPER, COLUMBIA (former yacht club), U.S.S. SILVERSIDES (museum).
Lake Calumet: DETROIT (tanker hull, partially dismantled).
Midland: SIR JAMES DUNN, C.C.G.S. GRIFFON, C.C.G.S. MONTMORENCY, MONTREALAIS, QUEBECOIS, STADACONA.
Tiffin: No vessels wintering (for the first time in many years).
Port McNicoll: JOHN A. FRANCE, J. N. McWATTERS, JOHN E. F. MISENER.
Collingwood: LAKESHELL (to leave if possible), HON. PAUL MARTIN, SOODOC.
Owen Sound: BEECHGLEN, CHI-CHEEMAUN, CLARENVILLE (floating restaurant).
Goderich: CEDARGLEN, SPRUCEGLEN.
DeTour: ELTON HOYT 2nd, SAMUEL MATHER, MESABI MINER.
Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario: CHARLES W. JOHNSON (barge), T. C. NEWMAN (lighter) NORGOMA (museum), YANKCANUCK.
Thunder Bay: ALGOCEN, ARCTIC, BEAVERCLIFFE HALL, FRONTENAC, GEORGIAN BAY, C.C.G.S. ALEXANDER HENRY, JOHN HULST (scrap), INCAN SUPERIOR, HORACE JOHNSON (scrap), LABRADOC, LAKE WABUSH, LAWRENCECLIFFE HALL, J. L. MAUTHE, NANTICOKE, PATERSON (scrap), PRAIRIE HARVEST, RIMOUSKI, SIMCOE, EUGENE P. THOMAS (scrap), VANDOC, HOMER D. WILLIAMS (scrap).
Duluth: B. F. AFFLECK (scrap), PAUL H. CARNAHAN, D.D.S. SALVAGER, BENJAMIN F. FAIRLESS, A. H. FERBERT, JOSHUA A. HATFIELD (scrap), WILLIAM A. IRVIN, THOMAS W. LAMONT, IRVING S. OLDS, WILLIAM B. SCHILLER (scrap), ENDERS M. VOORHEES, RALPH H. WATSON, AUGUST ZIESING (scrap).
Superior: ARMCO, SEWELL AVERY, BELLE RIVER, JOHN J. BOLAND, HARRY COULBY, JOSEPH H. FRANTZ, FRONTENAC (scrap), EDWARD B. GREENE, WILLIAM A. McGONAGLE, JOHN G. MUNSON, EUGENE W. PARGNY, JOHN SHERWIN, GEORGE A. SLOAN, ROBERT C. STANLEY, WALTER A. STERLING.
If there are any additions or amendments to this list, our lay-up report will continue in the March issue. If you have information about any ports not represented in this listing (such as Buffalo, Sturgeon Bay, Green Bay, Quebec City, etc.), please help us out by sending details as soon as possible. Remember that Ye Ed. cannot possibly visit all of these ports himself, and we are dependent upon the assistance of all of our members in this annual undertaking.
In the meantime, we wish to express our thanks to the following members and friends of T.M.H.S. who have helped to compile this report: Barry Andersen, Jim Bartke, Neil Bauman, Rene Beauchamp, Brian Bernard, Duff Brace, William Breaker, David Bull, W. J. Bullock, Roger Chapman, Marc Dease, Gretchen Driftmyer, Don Dube, Harold Fricke, James Gerger, James Gilmore, Wes Harkins, Cyril Hudson, Gerald Hutton, Jim Kaysen, Andy LaBorde, John Leonard, C. H. Maltby, Dan McCormick, Jim Michael, Bill Moran, Mike Nicholls, Al Schelling, Albert Short, Larry Tonnos, Fred Van Wesep, Fred Wagar, Duncan White, J. C. Wilson, Tom Wilson and George Zock.
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