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161 Transit Topics) Introducing The San Diego & Coronado Ferry Crown City. Transit Topics, Volume II, Number 3, May-June 1954
Transit Topics, 1954, 
(Transit Topics). Introducing The San Diego & Coronado Ferry “Crown City.” Transit Topics, Volume II, Number 3, May-June 1954. Pp [1]-[16], including covers. Illustrated. 4to, stapled self-wraps. “This special edition of Transit Topics is in honor of the new ferry “Crown City” upon her addition to the fleet of vessels in service between Coronado and San Diego. Unfortunately, there is no history of the San Diego and Coronado Ferry Company known toexist either in our public libraries or in the Company files. This issue i s an attempt to assemble under one cover such information as is available concerning the vessels which have served the fleet since the origin of the Company.” - from the back cover. Includes information on the Crown City, along with earlier ferries : the Coronado (1886), the Silvergate (1888), the Benecia (1888), the Ramona (1903), the Morena (1920), the Coronado (1929), the San Diego (1931), the North Island (1939), and the Silver Strand (1944).Rubbed and creased, else very good. 15.00

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162 TURNER, Robert D. Pacific Princesses : An Illustrated History of Canadian Pacific Railways Princess Fleet on the Northwest Coast. Fourth Printing in dustjacket
Sono Nis Press, 1981, ISBN:0919462049 
TURNER, Robert D. The Pacific Princesses : An Illustrated History of Canadian Pacific Railways Princess Fleet on the Northwest Coast. Victoria, B.C. :Sono Nis Press, (1981). Fourth Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xiii,[1],252. Illustr ated. Large 8vo, blue cloth. with white lettering to spine. Robert D. Turner (b. 1947). Contents: 1. The Early Years and the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company: (Early Transportation on the Northwest Coast, The Canadian Pacific Navigation Company, New Ships: the Premier and the Islander, The CPN inthen 1890s, The Klondike and Alaska Gold Rush); 2. The Formation of the Ca nadian Pacific Railway's B.C. Coast Service: (The CPR Buys the CPN, The Sinking of the Islander, The New Princesses, Rivalry in Puget Sound, The Chehalis Tragedy, The Princess Royal is Launched and the E&N Steamers Join the Fleet); 3. The Great Rate War: (The PSN Buys New Ships and the Rivalry Increases, The Rate War Begins, The Races Between the Chippewa and the Princess Victoria, The Battle of the Signs and Attempts at Settlement, Victoria to Vancouver in Almost Three Hours, The 1908 Summer Season, The CPR's Double Service and Triangle Route, The Princess Charlotte, New Competition Appears and the Rate War Ends); 4. Growth of the Fleet: (The Operations of the B.C. Coastal Fleet, The Island Princess, Wrecks and the Grand Trunk Pacific Steamships, Loss of the Princess Sophia, The Princess Ena and Ripple Rock); 5. The Princesses on the Coast: (New Construction on the Coast, The PrincessesKathleen and Marguerite, Changes in Operations and the Retirement of Troup , The CPR's Atlantic Princesses, The New Night Boats, The CNR's Princes, The Princesses in the 1930s, The War Years, The Kathleen and the Marguerite at War and the Princesses at Home); 6. The Post-War Years: (Resumption of Peacetime Operations, The Second Princess Patricia and Marguerite, The Princess of Nanaimo and the Chinook, The Princess Kathleen and the Prince Rupert Collide, The Loss of the Princess Kathleen, Service Cuts Along the Coast, The Puget Sound Navigation Company Moves to Canada, Battle for the Vancouverand Nanaimo Routes, The 1958 Strike and the Formation of the British Colum bia Ferries, Sale of the Princesses, The Passing of the Princesses). With numerous appendices, including Ships of the Princess Fleet, the Ships of thePuget Sound Navigation Company involved in the 1907-09 Rate War, the ships of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (1910-1920) and Canadian National Railw ays (1920-1975), the principal Black Ball Lines' Ferries operated in competition with the CPR (1952-1961), and representative British Columbia Ferries' ships. Very good in price-clipped dust jacket. 40.00

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163 United Nations - Study Group of Experts Inland Water Transport in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Hungary
United Nations, New York, 1961, 
United Nations - Study Group of Experts. Inland Water Transport in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Hungary. Report of the Study Group of Experts from Asia and the Far East on their visits to The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Hungary, August to October 1959. Under the sponsorship of The Bureau of Technical Assistance, Operations and The Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East. New York : United Nations, 1961. Pp (2),iii-v,(1),1-175,(3). Small folio, blue cardcovers, with black lettering to cover & spine. Contents: 1.Introduction. Part One : Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. 2. Inland waterway transport craft, and methods; 3. Economic aspects of inland waterway transport; 4. Cargo handling; 5. Construction, maintenance and repair of vessels; 6. River conservancy and dredging; 7. Navigation structures and their operation; 8. Government organizations dealing with inland waterway transport and river and canal conservancy. Part Two : Hungary. 9. Inland waterway transport in Hungary and on the Danube River. Part Three : Recommendations.10. Applicability of notable features observed. Annexes. 1. Map indicating travel route; 2. Particulars of various types ofcraft used in the Soviet Union; 3. Standard specifications of pusher craft ; 4. Method of cost calculation for cargo transport by self-propelled vessels; 5. Labour needed for repair of a twin-screw lake-type tug; 6. Labour needed for repair of mechanical units of a paddle-steamer; 7. Selected bibliography; 8. List of participants. With 69 figures (of which28 are photos). 1. D.17 Dumb barge for general cargo; 2. D.19 Open hopper barge (design); 3.D.20 Covered barge (design); 4. P.22 Hydro-jet propelled cargo vessel; 5. P.22 (but larger) Self-propelled hydro-jet vessel (design); 6. Stern of hydro-jet propelled vessel; 7. Hydro-jet, operating ahead; 8. Hydro-jet, operating astern; 9. P.24 Self-propelled vessel (600 tons, 300 hp); 10. P.24 Self-propelled vessel (design); 11. P.25 Self-propelled vessel (2,000 tons, 800 hp); 12. P.25 Self-propelled vessel "Bolshaia Volga" (design); 13. P.26 Self-propelled tanker (3,300 tons, 1,000 hp); 14. P.26 Self-propelled tanker(design) ; 15. T.l6 Hydro-jet propelled tug (150 hp); 16. T.l6 Hydro-jet p usher / tug (design); 17. T.l6 Hydro-jet pusher / tug moving tvo barges; 18. T.19 Pusher / tug "Krasnoi Sermovo" (design); 19. Twin-screw pusher of low horse-power; 20. Twin-screw pusher of medium horse-power; 21. Twin-screw tug of medium horse-power; 22. T.21 Twin-screw tug "Admiral Uskadov"; 23. T.22 Twin-screw pusher "Zelenodolsk"; 24. T.22 Twin-screw pusher "Zelenodolsk" with two barges; 25. T.22 Pusher "Zelenodolsk" (design); 26. PA.l "Moskovitch"-type passenger vessel (132 passengers); 27. PA.2 Hydro-jet propelledpassenger vessel (270 passengers); 28. PA.2 Hydro-jet passenger vessel (de sign); 29. PA.2 Stern of hydro-jet propelled passenger vessel; 30. PA.3 "OM"-type passenger vessel (270 passengers); 31. PA.3 Passenger vessel "OM" (design); 32. PA.5 "Rodina"-type passenger vessel (450 passengers); 33. PA.5 "Rodina" 1,200 hp, 3^3 passengers (design); 34. PA.7 "Raketa"-type hydrofoil craft {66 passengers); 35. P.27 Plastic-hull self-propelled craft; 36. Main passenger terminal; 37. Floating passenger terminal on concrete pontoon;38. Bottle screw with ratchet, on a pusher barge; 39. Quick-release hook o n pusher, for main connecting hawser; 40. Examples of unit rate curves; 41.Typical layout of a small port with small variation in water level; 42. Ty pical layout of a small port with large variation in water level; 43. Typical layout of a ship repair yard; 44. Bow of cutter suction dredger; 45. Auxiliary launch for placing anchors of dredger; 46. Electronic device for measuring percentage of solids in discharge pipeline of dredger ; 47. Channel improvement by combined dredging and dumping of sand; 48. Dredger working in the channel on the left, and building up a shoal on the right hand side; 49. Crossing transit marks; 50. Lock on Moscow Canal; 51. Typical cross section of a lock chamber; 52. Drive mechanisms for lock gates; 53. Dial for semi-automatic lock operations; 54. Typical lay-outs of locks for reservoirs; 55. Drive mechanisms for lock gates; 56. Floating bollard; 57. Floating bollard (design); 58. Prefabricated panels (design); 59. Structure of Ministry of River Fleet; 60. Structure of Shipping Organizations; 61. Structure of River and Canal Conservancy Organization; 62. Organization Chart of Ports of the First Category; 63. Organization Chart of Ship Repair Yards; 64. D.23 Dumb barges; 65. D.24 Dumb tank vessel; 66. T.25 Twin-screw tug; 67. Formations of Tows on the Danube River; 68. Special Tariff - Hungarian Waterway Transport (Internal); 69. Structure of Shipping Organization in Hungary.Spine sunned, margins browned, rubbed, else good. Very scarce. 200.00

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164 Van der LINDEN, Peter, Rev., (ed.). Great Lakes Ships We Remember : A Photo-History of Selected Great Lakes Ships. Revised Edition in dustjacket.
Freshwater Press, Inc. / Marine Historical Society of Detroit, Cleveland, 1992, ISBN:0912514248 
Van der LINDEN, Peter, Rev., (ed.). Great Lakes Ships We Remember. [Half-title adds: "A Photo-History of Selected Great Lakes Ships"]. Rev. Peter van der Linden, editor. In cooperation with John H. Bascom, Rev. Edward J. Dowling, Peter B. Worden, [and] Dr. Richard J. Wright. Cleveland: Freshwater Press, Inc. / Marine Historical Society of Detroit, (May 1992). Later printing of the Revised Edition. Pp. (10),1-413,(1). Illustrated with black and white photos of nearly every ship covered. Double column. 4to, pale blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "A must for every collector of Great Lakes lore, this fine book encompasses a very special phase of history and tells the full story of more than two hundred ships that sailed the Inland Seas. There are to be found herein descriptions of every kind and type of ship that has sailed the Great Lakes. There are accounts of famous passenger ships, many of them favorites in their respective areas. Likewise, one will findbulk freighters, package freighters and railway ferries narrated in these pages. For each ship complete dat is provided, beginning with the date and place of build, builders name and ships hull number if one was assigned. Principal dimensions and tonnage figures follow. A few noteworthy episodes inthe ship's life and its final disposition are detailed. The data included in the description has been carefully edited for factual accurate and completeness." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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165 VILLIERS, Patrick PFISTER-LANGANAY, Christian, ed. BORDE, Christian. BEAUCOUR, Fernand. Transmanche et les Liasons Maritimes XVIIe-XXe Siecle. pb.
Université Charles-de-Gaulle, 1995, 
VILLIERS, Patrick and Christian PFISTER-LANGANAY, eds. Le Transmanche et les Liasons Maritimes XVIIe-XXe Siecle : Actes du Colloque de Boulogne-sur-Mer 1-3 Avril 1993. Lille: Université Charles-de-Gaulle, 1995. Pp 248. 8vo, ill. card covers. Revue du Nord, Hors Série Collection Histoire, No. 9. A collection of scholarly essays in French treating various aspects of the maritime history of the English Channel in the nineteenth and twetieth centuries: smuggling, invasion fears, ferries, strategy, defence, etc. Vg. 45.00

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166 WINSTANLEY, Anthony. Under Eight Flags : An account of 55 years at sea. Volume I : 1937-1947. Revised edition, signed, asis.
Trafford, Victoria, B.,C., 2004, ISBN:1552123898 
WINSTANLEY, Anthony. Under Eight Flags : An account of 55 years at sea. Volume I : 1937-1947. Revised edition 2004. (Victoria, B.,C.) : Trafford, (2004). Eighth Printing. Pp [i]-xvii,(1),1-398,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. “Tony Winstanley was born in London in 1920. He went to sea at 16 and served his apprenticeship with a Scottish shipping company.During the war he served as a deck officer on British and Dutch ships. In 1948, he emigrated to British Columbia, Canada with his wife and two children and continued seafaring on coastal and deep-sea ships. He gained his Master's Certificate in 1962. He has served on many different vessels including tankers, troop ships, research vessels and cruise ships. In 1973 he joined the B.C. Ferries where he worked for the next 13 years. Over a period of 55 years Tony has sailed on over fifty ships under eight national flags. Hehas nine children and fifteen grandchildren and resides in Victoria, B.C. Since the first publication of Under Eight Flags in 1996, numerous letters,photos, new information and corrections have been received from readers wo rld wide. This revised, expanded edition of Vol. I 'The First Eleven Years at Sea' includes many of these stories, new photos, cargo plans and official reports obtained from the National Archives in London” - from the back cover. Dampstain to rear cover and bottom third of final quarter of the volume. With author's signature pasted in. As is. 15.00

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167 WOOD, G. Bernard Ferries and Ferrymen. 1st UK in dj
1969, 
WOOD, G. Bernard. Ferries and Ferrymen. L.: Cassell, (1969). First Printing. Pp 162. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Chapters : Monastic Heritage; FerryBattles and Fen Strategy; Elephants, Live Carp, and Scandal; Water Music o n London River; Hazards on the Solent; By Ferry Stages into Cornwall; Around the Severn Sea; The Welsh Story; Merseyside Memories; Lakeland Ghost and Solway Smuggler; Prince Bishops and their Ferries; Scottish Waters. Musty, else vg in price-clipped dj. 20.00

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Blomidon Rose : The Story of the Blomidon Countryside, Its People, History and Way ofLlife. First Edition in dustjacket, WRIGHT, Esther Clark
168 WRIGHT, Esther Clark Blomidon Rose : The Story of the Blomidon Countryside, Its People, History and Way ofLlife. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1957, 1957 
WRIGHT, Esther Clark. Blomidon Rose. [dj adds: "The story of the Blomidon countryside, its people, history and way of life..."].Illustrated by Helen D. Beals. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (August 1957). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-viii,1-206,(2). 8vo, red-orange cloth, black lettering to spine.

Watters p.751, Laugher p.614.
"The story of a love [...] for the Blomidon countryside [Kings County, Nova Scotia], for its people, for its colours, for its history, for its way of life. it is an attempt -- by describing the coutnry, by telling of a few of the many interesting people who have lived there, by recalling something of the background, by narrating incidents grave and gay -- to make others realize what a delightful place is Blomidon's territory, how richly varied, howvaluable." - from the dj.

To those who do not know this area of Nova Scotia the book will be an irresistible invitation to visit Blomidon, while to Nova Scotians it will be just like a letter from home. Those who look beneath the romantic story will discover that this is a study of a community with in a community, and its relationships with the world beyond. " - from the dj.

Contents:
1. "To the Northward, Blomidon Rose";
2. The Valley;
3. The Bay Shore;
4. The Round Trip;
5. The Backbone of NovaScotia;
6. The Five Rivers;
7. The Gaspereau;
8. The Avon;
9. The Dykes;
10. The Orchards;
11. The Planters (pp.94-102);
12. In and Out of the Basin of Minas;
13. The "Kipawo [on the passing of the Wolfville-to-Parrsboro ferry, pp.111-118]";
14. The Beach;
15. The Train [on the D.A.R., The Dominion and Atlantic Railway, pp.128-137];
16. The Post Office;
17. The Duck Pond;
18. "Et Ego in Arcadia Vixi";
19. The Stile;
20. Red Clay;
21. The Path through the Orchard;
22. The Blomidon Rose.

Very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. 25.00

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169 WRIGHT, Esther Clark Beals, Helen D. Blomidon Rose : The Story of the Blomidon Countryside, Its People, History and Way of Life. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed,
Ryerson Press, Toronto:, 1957, 
WRIGHT, Esther Clark. Blomidon Rose. Illustrated by Helen D. Beals. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (August 1957). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-viii,1-206, (2). 8vo, red cloth. "The story of a love [...] for the Blomidon countryside [Kings County, Nova Scotia], for its people, for its colours, for its history, for its way of life. it is an attempt -- by describing the coutnry, by telling of a few of the many interesting people who have lived there, by recalling something of the background, by narrating incidents grave and gay-- to make others realize what a delightful place is Blomidon's territory, how richly varied, how valuable." - from the dj. Contents: 1. "To the Nort hward, Blomidon Rose"; 2. The Valley; 3. The Bay Shore; 4. The Round Trip; 5. The Backbone of Nova Scotia; 6. The Five Rivers; 7. The Gaspereau; 8. The Avon; 9. The Dykes; 10. The Orchards; 11. The Planters (pp.94-102); 12. In and Out of the Basin of Minas; 13. The "Kipawo [on the passing of the Wolfville-to-Parrsboro ferry, pp.111-118]"; 14. The Beach; 15. The Train [on the D.A.R., The Dominion and Atlantic Railway, pp.128-137]; 16. The Post Office; 17. The Duck Pond; 18. "Et Ego in Arcadia Vixi"; 19. The Stile; 20. Red Clay; 21. The Path through the Orchard; 22. The Blomidon Rose. Very good in dustjaket, Signed by Esther Clark Wright. 35.00

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170 WRIGHT, Esther Clark Beals, Helen D. Blomidon Rose : The story of the Blomidon countryside, its people, history and way of life. Third Lancelt Printing
Lancelot Press, Windsor, 1977, 
WRIGHT, Esther Clark. Blomidon Rose. [cover adds: "The story of the Blomidon countryside, its people, history and way of life"]. Illustrated by Helen D. Beals. (Windsor, N.S. : Lancelot Press, 1977). Third Printing. Pp (4),vii-viii,1-206. 8vo, blue map and ship -illustrated matte cardcovers, black lettering to front and spine. Esther Isabelle Clark Wright, née Clark, CM (b. May 14, 1895, Fredericton – d. June 17, 1990). Contents: 1. "To the Northward, Blomidon Rose"; 2. The Valley; 3. The Bay Shore; 4. The Round Trip; 5. The Backbone of Nova Scotia; 6. The Five Rivers; 7. The Gaspereau; 8. TheAvon; 9. The Dykes; 10. The Orchards; 11. The Planters (pp.94-102); 12. In and Out of the Basin of Minas; 13. The "Kipawo [on the passing of the Wolf ville-to-Parrsboro ferry, pp.111-118]"; 14. The Beach; 15. The Train [on the D.A.R., The Dominion and Atlantic Railway, pp.128-137]; 16. The Post Office; 17. The Duck Pond; 18. "Et Ego in Arcadia Vixi"; 19. The Stile; 20. RedClay; 21. The Path through the Orchard; 22. The Blomidon Rose. Bookplate, else very good. 12.00

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171 WRIGHT, Esther Clark Beals, Helen D. Blomidon Rose : The Story of the Blomidon Countryside, Its People, History and Way ofLlife. First Edition in dustjacket,
Ryerson Press, Toronto:, 1957, 
WRIGHT, Esther Clark. Blomidon Rose. [dj adds: "The story of the Blomidon countryside, its people, history and way of life..."]. Illustrated by Helen D. Beals. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (August 1957). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-viii,1-206,(2). 8vo, red-orange cloth, black lettering to spine. Watters p.751, Laugher p.614. Esther Isabelle Clark Wright, née Clark, CM (b. May 14, 1895, Fredericton – d. June 17, 1990). "The story of a love [...] forthe Blomidon countryside [Kings County, Nova Scotia], for its people, for its colours, for its history, for its way of life. it is an attempt -- by describing the coutnry, by telling of a few of the many interesting people who have lived there, by recalling something of the background, by narratingincidents grave and gay -- to make others realize what a delightful place is Blomidon's territory, how richly varied, how valuable. To those who do not know this area of Nova Scotia the book will be an irresistible invitation to visit Blomidon, while to Nova Scotians it will be just like a letter from home. Those who look beneath the romantic story will discover that thisis a study of a community with in a community, and its relationships with the world beyond. " - from the dj. Contents: 1. "To the Northward, BlomidonRose"; 2. The Valley; 3. The Bay Shore; 4. The Round Trip; 5. The Backbone of Nova Scotia; 6. The Five Rivers; 7. The Gaspereau; 8. The Avon; 9. The Dykes; 10. The Orchards; 11. The Planters (pp.94-102); 12. In and Out of the Basin of Minas; 13. The "Kipawo" [on the passing of the Wolfville-to-Parrsboro ferry, pp.111-118]; 14. The Beach; 15. The Train [on the D.A.R., The Dominion and Atlantic Railway, pp.128-137]; 16. The Post Office; 17. The Duck Pond; 18. "Et Ego in Arcadia Vixi"; 19. The Stile; 20. Red Clay; 21. ThePath through the Orchard; 22. The Blomidon Rose. Previous owner's name whi ted out, newspaper clipping taped in, else vg in worn, tape-repaired dj. 30.00

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Homeport: Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000.  First Edition, New, WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL Images of Our Past series
172 WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL Images of Our Past series Homeport: Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000. First Edition, New
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2002, ISBN:1551093871 2002 1551093871 / 9781551093871 
WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL. Homeport : Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2002). First Printing. Pp. (5),vi-xix,(1),[1]-172. With 214 b&w photos as well as other iIllustrations in the text. 8vo, photo- illustrated card covers with pale green spine.

A volume in the Images of Our Past series.

Introduction: The Bay, Saint John and Its Outports.

Chapters:
1. Our Shipbuilding Tradition (pp.1-25);
2. Navigational Aids, Shipwrecks, and Salvage (pp.25-42);
3. Ship Movements (pp.43-66);
4. Cargoes (pp.67-78);
5. Saw and Pulp Mills;
6. Shore Support;
7. River Boats, Harbour Ferries, and The Boston Boat (pp.101-112);
8. Harvesting the Sea;
9. Pleasurable Pursuits;
10. Immigration;
11. Changes to the Harbourfront.

New. 30.00

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Homeport: Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000., WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL. Images of Our Past series.
173 WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL. Images of Our Past series. Homeport: Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000.
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2002, ISBN:1551093871 1551093871 / 9781551093871 
WRIGHT, Harold E. and Deborah STILWELL. Homeport : Campobello - Saint John - St. Martins, 1780-2000. (Halifax): Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2002). First Printing. With 214 b&w photos as well as other iIllustrations in the text. 8vo, photo- illustrated card covers with pale green spine.

A volume in the Images of Our Past series.

Introduction: The Bay, Saint John and Its Outports.

Chapters:
1. Our Shipbuilding Tradition (pp.1-25);
2. Navigational Aids, Shipwrecks, and Salvage;
3. Ship Movements;
4. Cargoes;
5. Saw and Pulp Mills;
6. Shore Support;
7. RiverBoats, Harbour Ferries, and The Boston Boat;
8. Harvesting the Sea;
9. Pleasurable Pursuits;
10. Immigration;
11. Changes to the Harbourfront.

Gift inscription to flyleaf, else vg. 17.00

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174 YOUNG, Derek and Marian YOUNG, Marian Mersey Maritime Memories
Liverpool, 1990, ISBN:1873060009 
YOUNG, Derek and Marian. Mersey Maritime Memories . Part One. [Liverpool: N.pub.], (1990). Pp. [2],1-62. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated stapled white card covers. A collection of photographs detailing the nautical dealings on the Mersey river, from ferries to packets, and steamers to tugs. Vg. 25.00

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175 ZIMMERMAN, Karl Lake Michigan's Railroad Car Ferries. pbk.
Andover Junction Publications, Andover, NJ, 1993, ISBN:0944119115 
ZIMMERMAN, Karl. Lake Michigan's Railroad Car Ferries . Andover, NJ: Andover Junction Publicatons, (1993). Pp. [1]-64. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled blue card covers. "Avoiding the tangle of grid-lcoed freight yards and the hassle of big-city traffic jams, rail cares and laterautomobiles and passengers sailed freely and expeditiously across Lake Mic higan. Cross-lake carferry service began in November 1892 when wooden-hulled Ann Arbor No. 1 sailed from Kewaunee, Wisconsin to Frankfort, Michigan. Service continues on right up until today -- for automobiles and passengers at least -- with summer crossings between Manitowoc, Wisconsin and Ludington, Michigan provided by Carferry Service's ex-C&O Badger." - from the versoof the front cover. Vg. 15.00

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