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1917
The Queen
The Queen, docked next to the Terminals and Transportation Corporation, just north of the Small Boat Harbor
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Buffalo NY, Small Boat Harbor, Lake Marine, Ships, Transporation, Waterfront, Terminals and Transporation Corporation
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1900�â�€�™s
The Pan American
The Pan American, a dredging barge
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Buffalo NY, Lake Marine, Dredge, Waterfront, Pan American, Canal, Barge
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n.d.
The Lake Freighter Pam Schneider
Lake Marine Pam Schneider docked for the winter in the City Slip Canal
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Buffalo NY, Lake Marine, City Slip Canal, Transportation, Ships
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1945
The Kelley Island Lime and Transport Co.
Image of the factory along the Buffalo waterfront, with Marine Elevator "A" in the distance
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Business and Industry, Waterfront, Transportation, Lime production, Buffalo NY
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1948
The John C Williams lake freighter
The John C. Williams lake freighter being tugged past the Buffalo Chinaman lighthouse
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unknown
Buffalo NY, Lake Freighters, Carriers, Chinaman's Lighthouse, Grain, Cargo, Waterfront, Transportation
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n.d.
The Jennie A. Desmond
Image of the First Steam Fish Tug, Jennie A. Desmond, outside of the Monarch Elevator in the Coit Slip
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unknown
Buffalo NY, Steam Fish, Tugboats, Tugboat, Monarch Elevator, Transportation, Waterfront
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n.d.
The JB Ford, owned by Huron Cement Company
Image of the JB Fordm owned by Huron Cement. It travelled between Buffalo and Alpena Michigan
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unknown
Buffalo NY, Ships, Cement, Waterfront, Carrier, Transportation
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1917
The J.S. Ashley in Buffalo Dry Dock
Image of the lake freighter, J.S. Ashley, in the Buffalo Dry Dock
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unknown
Buffalo NY, Ships, Freighters, Carrier, Buffalo Dry Dock, Waterfront, Transportation
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1945
The J.F. Durston on the Buffalo River
The J.F. Durston navigating the Buffalo River, with Pillsury in the background
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Buffalo NY, Ships, Carrier, Great Lakes Steamship Co., Waterfront, Transportation
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1890
The International Bridge
Image of the International Bridge, leading from Buffalo across the Niagara Rive to Canada
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unknown
Bridges, Transportation, International Bridge, Canada, Buffalo NY, Railroads, Trains
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1949
The Hanna Furnace Corporation
Image of Hanna Furnace in full swing after the war
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unknown
Business and Industry, Waterfront, Canals, Lackawanna NY, Buffalo, NY, Iron, Steel
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1904
The Griffon
Painting of the "big canoe" the Griffon sailing on a Great Lake
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unknown
Buffalo NY, Niagara Falls, Niagara River, Niagara, Canoe, Native American, The Griffon, Exploration, Publications of the Buffalo Historical Societty
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