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Photographer:tonylast [View profile]Title:Imperial WindsorAdded:Dec 22, 2006
Captured:IMO:5159674Hits:988
Photo Category: Tankers built before 1970
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Launched 5 April 1927 at Haverton Hill-on-Tees by Furness SBCoLtd., hull no. 115, as *Windsolite* for Imperial Oil Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 250’ x 43.2 x 18; 1930 gt, 1196 nt; triple expansion steam engine, 17”-28-46 x 36, 750-ihp, by North Eastern MarEngCoLtd., Newcastle.

Later *Imperial Windsor* (1947) and *Cardinal* (1973). Collided with the *Henry Steinbrenner* 23 May 1974 in the Pelee Passage, Lake Erie, and declared a constructive total loss. Broken up at Hamilton, Ontario, 1974.

Shown at Indiana Harbor, Indiana, USA, in July 1966. Isn’t it amazing that back then a kid could walk onto a petroleum dock and take a photograph with no problem whatsoever?

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IMO:5159674
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Magogman on Dec 22, 2006 05:07 (11 years ago)
Wow, that is an oldie. Very interesting and nice photo. I really enjoy the old photos you post, especially on the Great Lakes.

I remember as a kid in the 1950's walking all through railroad yards with no one saying anything as long as I stayed safe and didnt do dumb things. Now days people go ballastic if you just take a picture of a rail yard.
Lanaud on Dec 22, 2006 00:54 (11 years ago)
How true... No problems back then. Although people were maybe not as crazy as today... Maybe.

Thanks for posting your photos. They give us a look at the ships of a bygone era and are highly entertaining.

Regards.
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