Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum Digital Collections
E.B. Audrey Hall
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Media Type
Image
Description
A model of the laker “E.B. Audrey Hall.” The real “E.B. Audrey Hall” was owned and operated by Hall Transportation Corp on the Great Lakes. By 1918, 182 metre (600 foot) lakers were the largest ships on the Great Lakes and became the standard for Great Lakes fleets for the next 35 years. The model is nearly two metres in length.
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Local identifier
982.41.1
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Image courtesy of the Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum
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Contact
Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum
Email:archives@portcolborne.ca
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Address:
280 King St. Box 572
Port Colborne, ON L3K 5X8
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E.B. Audrey Hall


A model of the laker “E.B. Audrey Hall.” The real “E.B. Audrey Hall” was owned and operated by Hall Transportation Corp on the Great Lakes. By 1918, 182 metre (600 foot) lakers were the largest ships on the Great Lakes and became the standard for Great Lakes fleets for the next 35 years. The model is nearly two metres in length.