Black and white photo of numerous canal boats in the Buffalo Harbor. Visible boats include the William McEwen of Brooklyn, the P. V. Carroll of Buffalo, and the S. L. Clark also of Buffalo. Records indicate the P.V. Carroll sank in Lockport in 1913 while loaded with pig iron. On August 20, 1906, the S. L. Clark struck a ferry scow containing three people in the Blackwell Canal, Buffalo Harbor. One person drowned in the incident. The photo itself is from (c) 1900.
The image has been meticulously restored to remove stray marks and imperfections from the scanned version of the original Detroit Publishing Company photograph. Photograph courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Available on canvas in 4 sizes:
- Small — 16″ by 20″
- Medium — 24″ by 30″
- Large — 30″ by 40″
- XLarge — 40″ by 48″
All images are professionally printed on canvas and then wrapped and mounted to a wooden frame. Sales tax is not included. Packages are shipped via UPS at a cost of $11.00 per shipment.
All items are custom printed to order. Please allow 7 to 10 days for printing and delivery. Mounting hardware is not included and can be purchased separately on NostalgicBuffalo.com.
Item #: NB-012921