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HMCS Loon; the first of an entirely new design of wooden ship slid from the ways of the builders J.J.Taylor and Sons Ltd.; yesterday. The 92-foot craft was blessed by Canon Frank B. Mason; rector of St.Monica's Anglican chuch; Toronto; and christened by Mrs. H.L. Bonnell; wife of the principal naval over-seer of Toronto. The craft is powered by two 550 H.P. diesel engines. [incomplete] Open in full size

HMCS Loon; the first of an entirely new design of wooden ship slid from the ways of the builders J.J.Taylor and Sons Ltd.; yesterday. The 92-foot craft was blessed by Canon Frank B. Mason; rector of St.Monica's Anglican chuch; Toronto; and christened by Mrs. H.L. Bonnell; wife of the principal naval over-seer of Toronto. The craft is powered by two 550 H.P. diesel engines. [incomplete]

Picture, 1954, English

HMCS Loon; the first of an entirely new design of wooden ship slid from the ways of the builders J.J.Taylor and Sons Ltd.; yesterday. The 92-foot craft was blessed by Canon Frank B. Mason; rector of St.Monica's Anglican chuch; Toronto; and christened by Mrs. H.L. Bonnell; wife of the principal naval over-seer of Toronto. The craft is powered by two 550 H.P. diesel engines. [incomplete]

Picture, 1954, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Ships - L - Named

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0014257f