Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Ship of the Month No. 57 Bellechasse
Our Inland Seas
Ships Of The Canal
Marine Exhibit at Port Huron
Ship of the Month No. 58 Keystorm
Table of Illustrations
1 After five years in the lakes, CONGAR, the former IMPERIAL HALIFAX, has apparently reached the end of her useful career. In this October 21, 1972 photo by J. H. Bascom she is seen in the Welland Canal below Lock Two.
2 This spirited 1973 photo by Alan W. Sweigert shows CHARLES DICK downbound in the Cuyahoga River at Cleveland, a scene never to be repeated.
3 W.F. WHITE, soon to enter service for Westdale Shipping as ERINDALE, is seen in the Cuyahoga River in this 1974 photo by Alan W. Sweigert. She is yielding to the none-too-gentle ministrations of the G-tug TEXAS.
4 In 1942 BELLECHASSE went to Owen Sound to help in the raising of HIBOU. She is seen here in port, moored alongside CARIBOU, with MANITOULIN in the right background. Photo courtesy Robert Ireland.
5 This is the short-lived KEYSTORM as she appeared while upbound light on the long level of the third Welland Canal.

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