First Rebuild: Official Number: 85768 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 174 x 31 -- 863 tons Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1883
162x25x8 Owned by Ottawa River Navigation Co., to A. W. Hepburn (Ontario & Quebec Navigation Co.) 1873; to Canada Steamship Lines 1912. Built by A. Cantin, Montreal and launched 17/04/66. (Name at launching "Consort", changed before completion.) Custom-House measure (pre-1877) 294t. Rebuilt by A. Cantin, Montreal to 174x31x8 1883. Original engine(s) by St. Mary's Foundry, Montreal (details unknown), replaced 1883 by 33x120 by W. Imrie, Montreal. Both engines second-hand. Ottawa River towboat, soon rebuilt for Lake Ontario passenger trade. Ran to Quebec briefly c1901-3 as "Montreal Rochester & Quebec Transit Co." Wrecked Scarborough Bluffs (Toronto) in gale 03/08/15.
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