First Rebuild: Official Number: 85764 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 299 x 38 -- 2784 tons Rebuilt: Collingwood, Ontario, Canada in 1911
263x38x23 Owned by Canadian Pacific Railway. Built by Aitken & Mansell, Glasgow 1883. First engine 35-70x48 by D. Rowan & Co., Glasgow; after 1913 30-64x48 by Detroit Drydock Co. Hull crossed Lake Ontario in two parts on pontoons November 1883. Reassembled Buffalo, wintered Port Colborne. Most cabins installed at Port Colborne; tonnage during transatlantic crossing 1774. Name changed when Geographical Names Board (Ottawa) standardized spellings. Freight service only after 1916. Laid up 1939.
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