First Rebuild: Official Number: 80574 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 127 x 27 -- 385 tons Rebuilt: in 1890
127x27x10 Owned by C. Modderl, Windsor Ont. 1886; International Wrecking Co., Windsor 1895; C. Beck, Penetanguishene 1901; Midland Transportation Co. 1914; to James Swift Coal Co., Kingston 1918; to Sincennes-McNaughton 1920; Consolidated Sand Co., Montreal 1927; Consolidated Oka Sand & Gravel Co. 1929. Built by H. Jenking, Walkerville 1881. Original engine 24x24 by Cuyahoga Iron Works, Cleveland (made 1869). Wrecked in gale 09/10/84 Port Arthur, salvaged. Badly damaged by fire 19/10/85 Windsor. Sunk in St. Lawrence 16/09/32.
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