Objects and Photographs

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The Dry Dock at Saint John, N.B.
The Dry Dock at Saint John, N.B.

Tom Wood's painting depicts a merchant ship (right) and a much smaller warship (left) in the large drydock at Saint John, New Brunswick.

The Saint John Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company built a number of merchant ships and warships during the Second World War, and repaired others damaged by storm, collisions, or enemy action. The construction, maintenance, and repair of ships involved shipyards across Canada, employed well over 100,000 Canadians at its 1943 peak, and depended on other parts of Canada's wartime economy, such as the steel industry.

The Dry Dock at Saint John, N.B.
Painted by Tom Wood in 1946
Beaverbrook Collection of War Art
CWM 19710261-4862



The Dry Dock at Saint John, N.B.
The Merchant Service Is Silent Too!
I was a victim of Careless Talk
Examination Officer Boarding Merchant Ship
Engine Room, SS Kelowna Park (CAN)
Shaft Tunnel, SS Kelowna Park (CAN)
Torpedoed, North Atlantic
Graveyard, Sorel, P.Q.
HMCS Sussexvale
Royal Canadian Navy Recruiting Poster
Naval Reserve Recruiting Poster
HMCS Chaudière - 1962 Fisheries Patrol
Trainbusting - HMCS Crusader in Korea
HMCS Yukon
Canadian Forces Naval Recruiting Poster
The Watch Below - Engine Room - HMCS Yukon
Hands to Supper - Galley and Steamline - HMCS Yukon
Baltic Patrol
R.A.S. Complete Gulf War
Rendezvous
Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel
Esquimalt Base
Colin Peek Standing in Front of the Sea-King Helicopter in His Gear
Boarding Party Coming Aboard the Whitehorse
    Date created: October 29, 2010