Steamer Lemoyne Passing Underneath the Lift Bridge at Port Robinson on the Welland Ship Canal
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- A postcard of the steamer "Lemoyne" passing underneath the lift bridge at Port Robinson on the Welland Ship Canal (fourth canal), Thorold, Ontario.
Published by F.H. Leslie, Limited, Niagara Falls. Printed in Germany. 1932
- File Number: 09/pt1/32-1.2
The bridge was destroyed after an accident in 1974 when it was struck by the ship "Steelton". The bridge was torn down and not replaced. A ferry operates instead, during the summer months.
- Steamer "Lemoyne" worlds largest carrier. Record wheat 570,885 bushels, coal 17537 tons. Length 634 ft. Beam 70 ft. Displacement 29 ft.
- F.H. Leslie, Limited
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Width: 14 cm
Height: 8.9 cm
- Image Dimensions
Image Width: 13.3cm
Image Height: 8.3cm
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Latitude: 43.0391906081225 Longitude: -79.2126262646484
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