Just how big is the HMCS Ojibwa?


The Municipality of Central has had fourteen school buses placed on the Berm on the east side of Port Stanley harbour to help the public visualize the size of the HMCS Ojibwa, interpretive centre and compound.

Placed on land, the Ojibwa is about seven school buses long and two school buses wide. The submarine is about the height of two school buses stacked on top of one another. The submarine’s tower is about five stories high. Yellow barrier tape shows the area of the 400 ft X 200 ft compound. Prior to the public open house on Tuesday, August 10th, the public is invited to see the display in person or photos can be viewed
at the following link

Reminder
Public Information Open House
Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
Doors open at 6:00 pm with presentations at 7:00 pm
Port Stanley Legion
310 George Street (Doors off of Carlow Road)

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