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World's Largest Log Barge Discharging Cargo in Twenty-Seven Minutes - Edward Goodall.1.jpg
Large flat decked vessel with logs on the deck. It appears to be capsizing but is in fact unloading its cargo of logs. Land can be seen in the background.

Vancouver's Discovery - EM Chadwick.1.jpg
Large sailing vessel in rough sees viewed from the bow. All sails appear to be unfurled. Figures can be seen on the deck. The vessel appears to be in open ocean. No land is visible.

Trekka under twin sails - Alan Lester.1.jpg
Stern view of the sailing vessel Trekka with twin sails open. Other sails appear to be furled. The sky looks cloudy and the seas rough. It is painted in a wide ocean with no sign of land.

Tilikum - broad.1.jpg
View of the Tilikum from starboard side looking up near the bow down toward the stern. Details of the eye on the bowsprit and the stern are rendered separately. The Tilikum is mounted on a plinth and is painted red and black. The mast is not shown.

Tilikum - broad - stern.2.jpg
View of the Tilikum starboard side viewed from near the stern looking toward the bow. The boat is painted black and red. It sits on a plinth. The mast is not present.

Tilikum - bow.1.jpg
A view of the bow of the Tilikum from the starboard side. It is painted black and red.

Tilikum - Bow&Stern.3.jpg
A colour drawing of the Tilikum showing the bow from the front and the stern from the side showing the rudder. The Tilikum is painted red and black. It is shown mounted on a plinth or blocks. The mast is not shown.

The Chase - Harry Heine.1.jpg
A vessel with the name "Brown" on the side can be seen persuing a whale which is just diving below the surface. The vessel is mostly black with red at the waterline. Figures can be seen on the deck. One of them stands at the bow with a harpoon gun.

Sudbury II Towing Island Exporter - Edward Goodall.1.jpg
Tug vessel with the name Sudbury II on its bow is shown from the port side towing another vessel that appears to be a barge. The water is calm and mountains can be seen in the distance.

SS Beaver - Bill Johnson.1.jpg
Sidewheeler, SS Beaver, viewed from starboard. It appears to be on a river or other narrow waterway. Mountains can be seen in the far distance and land to either side of the vessel. Smoke can be seen issuing from the vessel.
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