This was a very special opportunity for me and another photographer friend of mine Denis Turcott from Denis Turcott Photography. We were lucky enough to make arrangements to get an exclusive photographer’s tour. Our guide was amazing as she provided information about this great Canadian vessel. It was bitter sweet when we learned that we were one of the last photography tours allowed on the ship. At that time the ship was getting ready to close its doors to the public. As of today, the SS Keewatin is making its last journey to the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston. I have provided a link below to the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston.
Here's a crazy tid-bit of information.
The SS Keewatin was built in Scotland in 1907 and arrived in Canada the following year. Due to the vessels size, 336-feet a large vessel for its time, it had to be cut into two pieces to fit through the Welland Canal.
Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston
I hope you enjoy this image.