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THE MUSEUM SHIP NORGOMA

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SERVICES on THE NORGOMA

FOOD SERVICES

FOOD SERVICES ON THE NORGOMA INCLUDED

TUCK SHOP WHERE PASSENGERS COULD PURCHASE CANDY, POPCORN, SOFT DRINKS, LOCAL NEWSPAPERS, POST CARDS, STAMPS AND MAGAZINES.

Tuck Shop with shoppers

Passengers visiting the tuck shop

Dining Room Set for A Meal

The well-appointed dining room seated fifty passengers at a time, necessitating two sittings for every meal.

A coloured image of children watching the Norgoma coming to dock.

Children watching for the arrival of the Nogoma and the Captain's Treats

  • The captain would give local children a small amount of money to carry sacks of grain off the boat.
  • The captain would blow the ship's whistle in a salute to the children who gathered at the docks to wave to it.

PASSENGER SERVICES

Passenger service was an important part of the Norgoma's operations

Bonney off on a Norgoma Journey

Passengers would have included loggers, businessmen, travelling salesmen, government officials, as well as families travelling.

Although all the cabins were "first class", a few of them were most luxurious, and had their own bath.

 

 

Renovations of the Norgoma

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