We continue our listings of the vessels in winter quarters at various lake ports. Final lists for many ports are not available due to the number of ships operating later than usual. Wherever possible, we show only commercial
freighters and passenger vessels and do not include small ferries, tugs, dredges, scows, etc., although some of these may creep in if not properly identified by our correspondents. Exceptions are specifically noted.
Montreal:, BAIE ST. PAUL, BAYSHELL, BLACK BAY, BOLINA, EASTERN SHELL, FEDERAL RHINE, FERBEC, FORT CHAMBLY, JOHN A. FRANCE, IMPERIAL LACHINE, IMPERIAL VERDUN, INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORT, MANTADOC, J. W. McGIFFIN, T. R. McLAGAN, RALPH MISENER, NIPIGON BAY, JAMES NORRIS, NORTHERN SHELL, H.M.C.S. OTTAWA, PIERSON DAUGHTERS, RICHELIEU, ROYAL CLIPPER (sunk), ST. LAWRENCE, FRANK A. SHERMAN, SIMCOE, TADOUSSAC, U.S.C.G. WESTWIND
Sorel: BAFFIN TRANSPORT, GEORGE M. CARL, CEDARBRANCH, G. C. FATIMA, FORT KENT, FORT LENNOX, HERON BAY, ILE AUX COUDRES, ILE D'ORLEANS, LAKE TRANSPORT, MAPLEBRANCH, MONDOC, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, PRINDOC, PUFFIN, SABLE ISLAND, SENNEVILLE, EDOUARD SIMARD, TROIS-RIVIERES, WILLOWBRANCH
Quebec: BEAVERCLIFFE HALL, CASTOR, CONSOL, C.C.G.S. EIDER, FORT LAUZON, FORT LEVIS, FRANKCLIFFE HALL, HAVRE ST-PIERRE, ISABEL-1, LOUIS JOLLIET, LAKE WINNIPEG, LAWRENCECLIFFE HALL, LIBERTAIRE, MENIER CONSOL, MINK, C.C.G.S. NICOLET, RHINE ORE (bow only), SILVER ISLE, C.C.G.S. SKUA, TRANS-ST-LAURENT
Sarnia: AGAWA CANYON, ALGOSOO, ARCTIC TRADER, E. B. BARBER, BLUEWATER BELLE, DOAN TRANSPORT, HUDSON TRANSPORT, IMPERIAL COLLINGWOOD, IMPERIAL SARNIA, LAKESHELL, MONTREALAIS, OTTERCLIFFE HALL, RED WING, TEXACO WARRIOR
For their help with these listings, our thanks go to Rene Beauchamp, Skip Gillham, Ron Graham, Perry Haughton, George Lee, Laurence Scott (whose name we omitted last month), Vern Sweeting, Michel Vezina and William Weighill.
This is the last lay-up list which will appear this season. By the time our April issue appears, the new navigation season will have begun and such material would not be timely. We shall attempt to bring you lay-up listings again next winter but we sincerely hope we shall receive assistance from a larger number of our members in order that the record may be more complete .
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