245x40x21. Owned by numerous Great Lakes carriers. Built by Napier, Shanks & Bell, Glasgow Scotland 1888. Engine 21-33-54x36 by Dunsmuir & Jackson, Glasgow. Disabled 10/08/89 by collapse of new type "Brown" furnaces; "Cox" type substituted. 40' of stern rebuilt 1893: "made finer" (Globe) – had had difficulty entering locks. War service World War I; sunk by submarine en route New York-London 12/03/17.
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