Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
A Return Trip for Cibola and Corona
Hail To The Queen...
Sugar Boats
The Quebec And Ontario Transportation Co. Ltd.
Table of Illustrations
1 C. W. CADWELL rests on the bottom of the Niagara River above Queenston Dock on Nov. 28, 1970. J. H. Bascom photo.
2 IMPERIAL DARTMOUTH at Port Colborne, downbound, December 7, 1970. W. R. Wilson photo.
3 The date is 1912, before smoke was considered pollution, as CORONA and DALHOUSIE CITY race for the Toronto Eastern Gap. R. W. Murphy photo from the Bascom collection.
4 The first CHICAGO TRIBUNE, destined to be sunk by enemy action, is outbound at Port Dalhousie, carrying an ad for one of her owner's publications on the side. Photo dated about 1925. Photo by J. H. Bascom
5 NEW YORK NEWS (II) lays out a screen of sweet-smelling coal smoke above Lock 1 at Port Weller, April 16, 1955. Photo by J. H. Bascom
6 HERON BAY (I) is downbound at Little Rapids Cut, St. Mary's River, with a deckload of pulpwood in this June 20, 1958 view. Photo by J. H. Bascom

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