Canadian Pacific Great Lakes Steamship Service 1916
Highly detailed and illustrated brochure for the Canadian Pacific Railways Great Lakes services between Lake Superior and Georgian Bay. The steamers in service that season were the SS ASSINIBOIA, SS KEEWATIN, and SS MANITOBA.
FEATURES OF THIS VINTAGE BROCHURE:
When folded, this brochure measures about 4" wide by 9 1/2" tall.
Opens to 32" wide!
Two panel color cover on heavier stock is stapled to rest of contents.
Cover illustration showing two of the fleet, passengers on deck and the line's house flag.
Eight 4 panel spreads that contains huge amount of information, illustrations, and photos.
Illustrations include ports along the route; deck scenes; SS MANITOBA entering Fort William harbor; drawing room of the SS KEEWATIN; Bridal Chamber of the SS ASSINIBOIA; Verandah Cafe, SS ASSINIBOIA; broadsides of the SS MANITOBA and SS ASSINIBOIA; one of the fleet (in dark hull) alongside the pier at Port McNicoll; SS MANITOBA passing down St. Mary's Channel, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario; the fleet alongside in Port McNicoll; plus ports and scenes along the route.
Deck plans for the ASSINIBOIA and KEEWATIN
Detailed description of features of the ships.
Four panel color map of the Canadian Pacific Railway services from Halifax to Winnipeg.
Plus lots more drawings and information,
Condition of cover is good with minor soiling; about 2" tear on binding; cover colors vibrant; cover remains attached to contents. Interior of the brochure is very good to excellent.