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103 years later and this Collingwood-built barge is still working

103 years later and this Collingwood-built barge is still working

A ship built in Collingwood in 1916 appears to still be in operation in Sault Ste. Marie
Ships design gives nod to local landscape

Ships design gives nod to local landscape

This American-owned steamer used to bring passengers to Collingwood.
This ship met its end in Collingwood's harbour

This ship met its end in Collingwood's harbour

This steamer burned in Collingwood's harbour and almost took the Grand Trunk Grain Terminal with it.
Recognize this gang of sledgehammer-wielding shipyard workers?

Recognize this gang of sledgehammer-wielding shipyard workers?

In this week's Remember This, a colourful account of what one newspaper called "the prettiest launch ever held in Collingwood."
Remember This? The day main street was a circus

Remember This? The day main street was a circus

If the circus comes to town but the newspapers don't report it, does it still draw a crowd?
These museum photos show the fire department in the horse-powered days

These museum photos show the fire department in the horse-powered days

Two photos about ten years apart show a significant change in the Collingwood Fire Department's method of transportation.
Next time you're on the water, have a look for this ship

Next time you're on the water, have a look for this ship

In this week's Remember This, find out about the Iocolite, which is possibly the oldest Collingwood-built ship in existence today.
This photo helped solve a Collingwood Museum mystery

This photo helped solve a Collingwood Museum mystery

While sifting through photos for this week's Remember This, museum staff noticed something unique about this photo.
This stone wall is nearly as old as Collingwood, and you've probably walked past it

This stone wall is nearly as old as Collingwood, and you've probably walked past it

In this week's Remember This, a 1916 photograph of a military parade shows a rarely-photographed part of Hurontario Street.
Here's how Collingwood soldiers helped build Base Borden

Here's how Collingwood soldiers helped build Base Borden

Remember This: Collingwood's First World War volunteers were instrumental in building Base Borden.