First Rebuild: Official Number: 71140 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 78 x 17 -- 80 tons Rebuilt: Port Dover, Ontario, Canada in 1880
59x16x6 Owned by E. O'Keefe, Toronto, sometimes operated by Humber Ferry Co. Built by D. Foster, Port Burwell Ont. 1897; almost immediately rebuilt to 78x17x5 by D. Foster, Port Dover. First engine 10x12 by Doty Engineering Works, after 1880: 14x14 by Sutton Brothers, Buffalo. Built as tug, rebuilt for passengers. Destroyed by fire 03/08/85 Toronto.
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