MS Normac

  "The Normac"       250 s/n

Image Size   9"x12"                          unframed $85

                                             giclee on canvas $115

Framed Size 16"x19"                         framed $199

                               framed  giclee on canvas $199

The Normac was built in 1902 in Port Huron, Michigan. In 1930 it was bought by the Owen Sound Transportation company
and for its first years it ran from Owen Sound up into the North Channel. In 1932 it was switched to run a ferry service from
Tobermory to South Baymouth. The Normac was the first car ferry from the Bruce to Manitoulin and carried between 8 and 10 vehicles.
This scene shows it coming into the outer harbour at Tobermory passing North Point.


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