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August 4, 2015 in Uncategorized

A tour of the Historic Passenger Steamer Keewatin
Keewatin was completed in Scotland in 1907, then “”cut in two” after reaching North America, to allow her 300+ foot length to traverse the inland waterways to the Great Lakes. With many design features similar to the Titanic, she ploughed the waves for more than sixty years. Keewatin is currently a floating museum in Port McNicoll, Ontario, on Georgian Bay. Enjoy Part One of the tour below.

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