Toronto Marine Historical Society
Established in 1968 to preserve the historical record of Great Lakes ships.
16th Annual Silent Auction Now in Progress
S.S. Cayuga entering theEastern Gap, Toronto from the David Bull collection.
Trillium built 1910, restored 1975.
C.C.G.S. Grenville anchored
off Main Duck Island, Lake Ontario from the Willis Metcalfe collection.
We are passionate about Great Lakes ships and the role they have played and continue to play in shaping the growth of Canada.
T.M.H.S. produces The Scanner, now in its 42nd year. In its news items and historical articles, The Scanner is widely recognized as the premier publication of its kind. All issues summarize important news happenings about shipping on the lakes and feature an extensive historical account of a Ship of the Month.
We meet monthly from October to May, generally the first Saturday of the month, for informative and entertaining presentations put on by our members. Meetings are held at 2:30 pm at Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Avenue, Toronto. The exception is our annual dinner meeting held in May, aboard
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