City of Vancouver:

16 ship citations (3 free) in 8 resources
City of Vancouver Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (Built 1876, Stockton, UK; Name given in 1897; Freighter, collier) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (Built 1876, Stockton-on-Tees, UK; Name given in 1897; Freighter, collier, 1983 tons) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (Built 1920, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1920; 5697 tons) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (cargo, built 1920, at Vancouver.BC; tonnage: 5697) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (ferry)
Book Stern-wheelers Up Columbia: A Century of Steamboating in the Oregon Country
Author Randall V. Mills
Published California: Pacific Books, Palo Alto, California,
Page 191
City of Vancouver (I) (Built 1876, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1876; Freighter, collier) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (II) (Built 1962, North Vancouver, BC, Canada; Name given in 1962; Ferry, Passenger/car, 9357.22 tons) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (passvehcle, built 1962, at Vancouver; tonnage: 3541) Subscribe to view
City Of Vancouver (Steamship) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver (Vancouver, BC, 1920, Steam; ON: 150255) Subscribe to view
City of Vancouver -- motor ferry
Book The H. W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest
Author Gordon R. Newell, ed.
Published Superior Publishing Company, Seattle,
Pages 662, 672
City of Vancouver -- stm. ferry
Book The H. W. McCurdy Marine History of the Pacific Northwest
Author Gordon R. Newell, ed.
Published Superior Publishing Company, Seattle,
Pages 162, 197, 368, 393
City of Vancouver, Bc Ferry Subscribe to view