More Photos of Timber Being Loaded Through Bow Ports

A previous post featured a photo taken by William Notman of men loading lumber through the bow ports of a ship. Here are more photos of the same ship from the McCord Musuem collection.

Photograph | Loading ship with square timber through the bow port, Quebec City, QC, 1872 | I-76320

Photograph | Loading ship with deals through the bow port, Quebec City, QC, 1872 | I-76324

Photograph | Loading ship with deals through the bow port, Quebec City, QC, 1872 | I-76323

The photos are linked back to the McCord Museum website where you can find out more information as well as see a larger version (click on “Download this image” link below photo) or zoom in to a specific area.

Photos and info about Falls of Clyde’s bow ports:

Bulkhead Ports
Lower Bow Ports – Exterior
Upper Bow Ports – Interior

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