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Photographer:Claude St-Jean [View profile]Title:unknowwnAdded:Dec 22, 2020
Captured:IMO:UnavailableHits:470
Photo Category: Mystery Ships
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Picture taken by Jacques St-Jean from aboard the Imperial Collingwood IMO 5159492 on the Canadian Great Lakes in 1948/49. Claude St-Jean collection-PDLBAYOLS-0589


(moved to MYSTERY by editor, the used category PASSENGERSHIPS is only for more than ONE vessel in the photo and with the names known)
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becky on Jan 01, 2021 02:05 (2 months ago)
Well done Mac. - Bill Freeland. Bonne et Heureuse Annee
Mac Mackay on Jan 01, 2021 01:51 (2 months ago)
Because of the date, there are four possibilities. It is not the Richelieu since that ship did not have continuous exterior promenade decks. Because of the type of lifeboat davits it is not the St.Lawrence. Therefore it is either the Quebec or Tadoussac -sister ships. If the date were more precise it might be possible to determine which one of these sisters.
rarcand on Dec 23, 2020 22:03 (2 months ago)
Could also be the RICHELIEU, pictured under the "scrapyard" name of PASSENGER 3 at http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1992629#
becky on Dec 23, 2020 15:08 (2 months ago)
Judging by the geographic background I'm guessing Lac St Pierre between Montreal and Trois Rivieres. For sure its one of the old CSL river steamers mentionned above
Daniel Bérubé on Dec 22, 2020 22:54 (2 months ago)
Bonjour Claude:in 1948/49, the locks above Montréal were only 260 feet long and this vessel must have been 350 some feet or about. More likely the Saint Laurent river.
Manfred on Dec 22, 2020 18:46 (2 months ago)
Might be QUEBEC:
http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=66828

https://www.cslships.com/en/our-company/over-100-years-shipping-history

or this one:

http://www.shipspotting.com/gallery/photo.php?lid=1910969

or St. Lawrence:

https://picclick.com/Canada-Steamship-Lines-Cruise-Ship-ST-LAWRENCE-Tadoussac-Saguenay-193770311821.html#&gid=1&pid=1
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