Bulk Loading Terminal, Port Arthur, Ontario

This is an aerial image of two loading docs for bulk materials in the town of Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada.

Published by Alex Wilson Publications Ltd., Dryden, Ontario

The description states:

Iron ore from Steep Rock area mines is loaded here onto Lake Boats for shipment to Great Lakes steel mills. Alongside grain is handled by one of many Lakehead elevators. Father along the waterfront is Northern Wood Preservers plant while out in the harbour pulpwood for one of the four Lakehead paper mills is in transit.

Stirret’s Drug Store.


Port Arthur was merged with Fort William to form the community of Thunder Bay.

This card is unusual as it bears the name of the company where the cards were sold, as a marketing tool for the drug store listed.

This card likely dates from the 1950s.

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