The Russians have landed in Toronto. The first deep-water ship to enter Toronto Harbor this year is the Soviet freighter Ivan Moskvin; docked today at the foot of Parliament St. by Captain Alexander Mazurkin. The 395-foot ship brough 4;935 tons of structral steel from Gdansk; Poland; the ship and her crew of 41 wil be in port until Friday. For being first; Mazurkin will be given a dispatch case and the ship will recieve an engraved barometer.<br />
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Photo : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star archives - AQP
Soviet freighter Ivan Moskvin
The Russians have landed in Toronto. The first deep-water ship to enter Toronto Harbor this year is the Soviet freighter Ivan Moskvin; docked today at the foot of Parliament St. by Captain Alexander Mazurkin. The 395-foot ship brough 4;935 tons of structral steel from Gdansk; Poland; the ship and her crew of 41 wil be in port until Friday. For being first; Mazurkin will be given a dispatch case and the ship will recieve an engraved barometer.

Photo : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star archives - AQP

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Date: 30 Aug 2021
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