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The Crowe Lake Steamers - 1893

On May 11, 1893, it was announced that Captain John Devlin was to command the steamer "Helen" to make daily trips to the head of Crowe Lake and the fishing grounds. By 1910, Marmora was named "Venice of the North" with new ship building centre and another steamer, "Christina" was blowing her whistle up the lake (for some, too late at night!).