Captain Cook Historic Site provides a wonderful overlook of Corner Brook. The city is nestled at the end of the picturesque Humber Arm fjord. In the distant right is the mouth of the Humber River. This river once served as the major transport for logs destined for Corner Brook’s pulp and paper mill. Today, the mill with the billowing smokestack is operated by Kruger Inc. The Canadian company is a leader in manufacturing industrial and consumer paper products plus recycling. Also notice the cruise ship in port. It is one of about 15 ships that arrive during the summer and autumn months. Each year, about 20,000 passengers enjoy exploring the charms of Corner Brook.