TORONTO DAILY STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1935
SAND FROM LAKE BOTTOM PUMPED 1 1/2 MILES IN VAST RECLAMATION JOB
In three and a half month the waterfront at the foot of Cherry Street will be 25 times bigger as a result of the dredging now being done by the Shuniah.
Equipped with the most up-to-date sand sucking equipment in the world it will draw up several million cubic yards of sand from Lake Ontario and pump it though pipes 20 inches in diameter. A section of this pipe is shown in (2), where it runs along the Consolidated Coal Company’s dock. of pipe is under. When completed it will be called the Marginal waterfront at the foot of Cherry St. The whole reclamation job will cost about $1,000,000.