Photo shows passengers getting off of the SS Keenora onto land.

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The Selkirk Ferry

The Rural Municipality of St. Clements and St. Andrews created and operated four ferry systems at Little Britain, Mapleton, Selkirk, and at St. Peters. The

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Ships of Selkirk

The Marine Museum of Manitoba was established in 1972 and is home to a collection of ship and marine artifacts. Six ships can be boarded

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The Selkirk Chimney

The Selkirk Chimney is an insulated chimney that was invented by Kelly Sveinson in 1933. The first one they made was using the metal from

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