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  • The Norgoma - Manitoulin Island Ferry, Circa 1970
        A postcard showing the MS Norgoma. The Norgoma was built in 1950 and was originally a steam ship used for packages and passenger transportation. It also had a limited capacity to be used as a car transport. The first leg of its lifetime was a once a week run between ...
      A postcard showing the MS Norgoma. The Norgoma was built in 1950 ...
  • Normac To End Her 66 Year Career - The Standard, 2006
        This is a reprint of a story from the archives of The Standard with photos provided by the Blind River Timber Museum. The article gives some history and stories about the Normac, a car ferry that saw service on the Great Lakes from 1902 to 1968.
      This is a reprint of a story from the archives of The ...
  • Cabs, Cows and Cowboys - The Standard, 2006
        In the late 1940's Blind River had several taxi companies including Star Taxi, Deluxe, Central and a few more. Unlike today, drivers often had to dodge not just people and other vehicles but sometimes cows, or chickens.
      In the late 1940's Blind River had several taxi companies including Star ...
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