First Rebuild: Official Number: 94902 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 57 x 14 -- 42 tons Rebuilt: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada in 1918
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw
60x14x6 Owned by Brunette Saw Mills Co., New Westminster 1895, 1901; J. W. Pike, Vancouver 1917; M. R. Cliff, Vancouver 1921, 1945; Westview Towing Ltd. 1964; I. Wilson & S. Brooks, Powell River 1967. Built by M. Terhune, New Westminster 1890. Engine 8x8 by Doty Engine Works, replaced by motor 1964. Tug.
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