Richardson Main "Eastern Terminal"
A digital rendering of the modern Richardson Main terminal, made in 2019.
A winter scene of Richardson Main loading the ship Voyager Pioneer.
Richardson Main labourers posing in front of the terminal and the Algowood.
A Richardson International flag standing tall in the park next to Richardson Main terminal.
A wide view of Richardson Main with several ships in its slip, taken from inland.
An aerial view of the Current River elevators. Richardson Main is closest in the foreground, with Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 4A and 4B, Alberta Pool 9, and UGG A behind. In the left foreground are two long warehouses that were used as temporary storage during WWII.
A wide view of Richardson Main with its newest concrete annex on the right-hand side. A ship is docked near the back of the slip.
Richardson Main's inshore annexes with a ship docked in the slip. Photo taken from shore.
An early photo of Richardson Main when it only had one annex. Several ships, including the Lake Ikatan, sit in the slip.
The Algowest loading at Richardson terminal at the opening of the shipping season. Along the dock, rubber bumpers are visible--these keep ships a distance away from some immovable rocks below.
A photo of Richardson Main with its full complement of annexes. The most recent addition is the inland-most annex in the foreground.
A side view of Richardson Main's loading spouts. The elevator was painted this bright orange and yellow in the 1980s.
A view of Richardson terminal taken from the water looking inland. Remnants of the orange and yellow paint are visible on the workhouse, but the annexes have been repainted. The workhouse for Pool 4B is visible to the right.
A wide view of the full orange and yellow Richardson terminal. UGG A's annex sticks out in behind.
An engineering plan of Richardson Main made by CD Howe Company.