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S.S. Aberdeen at Kelowna.

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SS Abyssinia coming into Vancouver.

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S.S. Alameda aground at Petersburg, Alaska.

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SS Alexander.

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The original SS Aorangi, of the Canadian Australasian Line, operated between Vancouver and Australasia from 1897 to 1910.

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M.S. Aorangi, gross tonnage 17,491; from Vancouver Harbour Commission Report, 1932.

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Wreck of the Barnard Castle, on Rosedale Reef, near Race Rocks, beached on Bentick Island, near Victoria.

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SS Beaver in Upper Harbour in Victoria.

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The SS Beaver in Burrard Inlet, Vancouver.

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S.S. Beaver, first steamship on Pacific Coast; loading supplies from log boom; original includes unidentified Vancouver newspaper article

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The SS Beaver, in her days as a survey ship, moored in Victoria Harbour.

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"BC Western and Northwestern Hospital Associations Annual Convention Vancouver BC, August 10th to 22nd 1930"; photo taken on the steps of the Vancouver Courthouse.

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The SS Beaver in Victoria Harbour on Cook's Ways.

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Wreck Of The SS Beaver At Prospect Point, Vancouver.

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The wreck of the SS Beaver at Prospect Point, Vancouver.

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Bow view of the S.S. Beaver wreck, Prospect Point, Stanley Park

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Wreck of the SS Beaver at Prospect Point in Stanley Park in Vancouver; Royal Mail steamer Empress of India off Observation Point.

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Model inside display case of Hudson's Bay Company steam-powered sidewheeler "Beaver", Hudson's Bay Company museum, Winnipeg, Man.

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"Model of S.S. Beaver"; in Provincial Library showing SS Beaver as a government survey boat

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Hudson's Bay Company's 'The Beaver', built on the Thames, sailed around the horn in 1835, installed at Fort Victoria, wrecked at Prospect Point near Vancouver.

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S.S. BC Express on its way from Quesnel to Prince George.

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"C.P.R. Steamer Bonnington, Arrow Lakes, BC".

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"Compliments of the Vancouver Ship Yard Ltd., 'Casco', Robert Louis Stevenson's famous yacht as she appeared on the Vancouver Ship Yard's Marine Ways, 1913".

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Canadian Pacific Railway steamer 'Charmer'; at Todd Inlet cement plant, four years after plant in operation.

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Canadian Pacific Railway SS Charmer, SS Cariboo, SS Fly in Esquimalt dry dock.

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Canadian Pacific Railway SS Charmer And SS Barbara Boscowitz Leaving Victoria Harbour.

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CPR SS Charmer leaving Victoria harbour.

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SS Chiyo Maru.

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SS City of Kingston in Victoria harbour

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The CP SS City of Nanaimo, entering Victoria Harbour.

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