Table of Illustrations

Table of Contents

Title Page
The Editor's Notebook
Marine News
Delta Queen In 1984
Ship of the Month No. 123 GODERICH (I)
The Launch of Prairie Harvest
Heavy Weather For The Chi-Cheemaun
Additional Marine News
Table of Illustrations
1 For those who may not have seen STEPHEN B. ROMAN in service, this view by the Editor shows her in the Toronto Eastern Gap on August 27, 1983.
2 This 1914 photo of HOWARD M. HANNA JR. in drydock at Collingwood shows the extent of the damage she suffered when she stranded on Lake Huron in the Great Storm of November 1913.
3 The HANNA was rebuilt for the Playfair interests, and this 1920 Young photo shows her in Little Rapids Cut as GLENSHEE.
4 The ship was best known for the years she operated for C.S.L. as GODERICH. Photo by J. H. Bascom caught her at Port Weller on November 18, 1961.
5 The Algoma Central Railway saved GODERICH from the scrapyard, and this Bascom photo of her as AGAWA shows her at Port Weller on May 11, 1965.
6 As LIONEL PARSONS, the ship spent fifteen years at Goderich as a storage barge. May 30, 1983 photo by Ron Graham caught her leaving in tow of W. J. IVAN PURVIS for scrapping at Thunder Bay.

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