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Heading for Toronto harbor; Early opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway has brought a growing number of European frighters into the Great Lakes. The seaway opened March 25; the earliest it has been in operation. Shown here passing through the western gap in this Netumar Lines freighter which brought a cargo of mixed freight to Toronto. Although the number of transatlantic freighters plying the lakes has dropped in recent years; seaway officials hope the 1975 season will improve over last year. Open in full size

Heading for Toronto harbor; Early opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway has brought a growing number of European frighters into the Great Lakes. The seaway opened March 25; the earliest it has been in operation. Shown here passing through the western gap in this Netumar Lines freighter which brought a cargo of mixed freight to Toronto. Although the number of transatlantic freighters plying the lakes has dropped in recent years; seaway officials hope the 1975 season will improve over last year.

Picture, 1975, English

Heading for Toronto harbor; Early opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway has brought a growing number of European frighters into the Great Lakes. The seaway opened March 25; the earliest it has been in operation. Shown here passing through the western gap in this Netumar Lines freighter which brought a cargo of mixed freight to Toronto. Although the number of transatlantic freighters plying the lakes has dropped in recent years; seaway officials hope the 1975 season will improve over last year.

Picture, 1975, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Ships - N - Named

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0014285f