Taken from Ferguson Avenue in Hamilton by James Knott.
While a fisherman readies his gear, freighter heads toward the lift bridge exiting the harbour. Submitted by Brian Ross.
Cargo shipments seem to have stepped up in the Port of Hamilton as the end of shipping season nears. Submitted by Marc K.
This elegant 1937 Triumph Continental was best in the over 1000 car entry at the 35th Annual British Car Day held at Bronte Provincial Park on the Burlington/Oakville border. Submitted by Bob Harrington.
I am not sure if they are loading or offloading from the boat, but you can see the dust plume that I managed to capture. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
Marc Kirouac recently captured this sunset from Fisherman’s Wharf as a flock of seagulls guided a cargo ship into Hamilton Harbour.
“These frigid temperatures only add to the beauty of the harbour”, writes Sandra Barbour. “Looks like these tugboats won’t be going anywhere for some time now!”
There is something to be said about the classics. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
“Spectators lined up to tour a massive RCAF CC-177 Globemaster III heavy transport plane at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum recent Air Force Day”, writes Gord McNulty. “The tail was painted with a striking logo in honour of 429 Squadron’s 75th anniversary this year, the first-ever tail art for a Globemaster anywhere in the world”.
Crew members exchanged handshakes when “Sentimental Journey”, a 1944-vintage B-17 Flying Fortress from the Arizona-based Commemorative Air Force, arrived at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. Submitted by Gord McNulty.