First Rebuild: Official Number: 75642 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 67 x 13 -- 60 tons Rebuilt: in 1896
52x11x4 Owned by P. Burns, Toronto 1881; W. Burns, Toronto 1886; J. Goodwin, Toronto 1901; to William Davies Co., Gravenhurst 1911; to Muskoka Lakes Navigation Co. 1912; L. R. Fraser, Bracebridge 1917. Built by A. Abbey & Sons, Port Dalhousie Ont. 1879. First engine 8x10 by G. N. Oill, St. Catharines. Re-engined 10x10 by Waterous Engine Works, Brantford Ont. Re-engined 9½x10 by H. W. Petrie, Toronto. (Dates of changes unknown) Originally Toronto ferry; sometimes St. Catharines-Port Dalhousie on Welland Canal. To Muskoka 1911 as supply boat. Sank fall 1895 Hanlan's Point, Toronto, not raised until next April. Badly damaged by fire Port Carling Ont. 18/06/13, little used (if at all) afterwards. Abandoned (officially) 1919.
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