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Creek Transport
Creek Transport - Welland Canal - September 16, 1968
Photographed while she was sailing upbound in the Welland Canal approaching lock 2 in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada on 16 September 1968.
More details and photos for: Creek Transport
Fleet:Hall Corporation of Canada - Toronto, OntarioIMO:5076640 
Owner: Category:Tanker
Manager: Port/Flag:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dimensions:Length (oa): 78.6 m (258.0 ft) Length (lbp): 76.2 m (250.0 ft) Beam: 13.0 m (42.66 ft) Depth: 5.6 m (18.5 ft) Draft: 5.2 m (17.2 ft)Call Sign:VDYF
Built:Sunderland Shipbuilders Ltd., Sunderland, England - Entered service in 1910/04
Names:Saskatoon (1927), Rosemount (1940), Willowbranch (1945), Empire Tadpole (1947), Basingcreek (1950), Coastal Creek (1968), Creek Transport (1972), Ile de Montreal (1976)
Disposition:Scrapped at Montmagny, Quebec, Canada by the Nittolo Metal Company.
Arrived at yard in 1976.

Photographer:Ron Ruck - Hamilton, Ontario, CanadaCollection:Late Ron Ruck Collection - Courtesy Brad Jolliffe (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)
Format:Kodachrome slideViews:151 
Uploaded:2020-06-13 6:59 PM by Jeff Cameron


Aug 30, 2023
9:24 AM
It must be a rare view. No Halco logo on her stack. An excellent photo by Ron Ruck.
Posted by: René Beauchamp