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Boyde Beck - Queen of the Northumberland Strait

BoydeBeck2013Mainstreet.jpgAs far as car ferries go, the SS Charlottetown was royalty...and Queen of the Northumberland Strait during the 1930s. But it was a short reign that ended when she struck something and sank off Nova Scotia. Historian Boyde Beck is here now to tell us more.

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