Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1868) as Bay State
231x31x12 Owned by Canadian Inland Steam Navigation Co., to Union Navigation Co. 1874; to Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. 1876. Built by J. Oades, Clayton, New York. 1849. Engine(s) 56x132 by H. R. Dunham & Co., New York. (Union Navigation Co. was unsuccessful line in opposition to Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.) Used on Canadian Inland Steam Navigation Co. "Express Line" Montreal-Oswego-Rochester-Toronto until 1874, then Montreal-Quebec. Stripped 1877, hulk wrecked in storm 14/10/83 Sorel.
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