The Alexander Henry is closed for the 2020 season.

We thank all of our visitors and volunteers for their support during this difficult year.

The LTMS during the pandemic managed to secure two major acquisitions. The first in the spring from the Canadian Coast Guard a decommissioned steel Bell- buoy and buoy block from the Parry Sound District Office and delivered by the Canadian Coast Guard ship the Samuel Risley. The second a donation of a Russel Brothers tug by Sandy Smith of Garden Lake Timber called the Dryden Three. Brought in by Tower Light Limited and the G. Lorenston crew the tug was part of the paper industry in Dryden until 1981. Both artifacts will be static displays and are already part of the Henry tours and experience.

Other smaller artifact donations were made over the summer and we sincerely thank our generous donors. Until the winter the LTMS will be focusing on maintenance of the Henry and expansion of the property in anticipation of a full season next year.

To keep up to date with the LTMS go to our Facebook Page at Lakehead Transportation Museum Society.

We look forward to seeing all our new visitors in 2021.

Take care and be safe.

We offer guided tours. Admission prices are as follows: Adults $10.00, Seniors 60+ and Children under 16 $7.00, Family of 4 $25.00, and Groups of 10 or more $7.00 per person. Make sure to stop by our gift shop and sign the guest book. We accept cash, debit and credit transactions for your convenience.

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society is volunteer-based, organization dedicated to the collecting, preservation and display of transportation artifacts and history relevant to the transportation history of Thunder Bay and area.

The CCGS Alexander Henry is home!

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society works with other local transportation groups to fulfil the objectives of their mandate.

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society(LTMS) is happy to announce the Alexander Henry Ice breaker, buoy tender and lighthouse supply ship, has returned home to Thunder Bay.


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