First Rebuild: Official Number: 100761 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 122 x 19 -- 78 tons Rebuilt: Oakville, Ontario, Canada in 1894
122x19x6 Owned by J. Clendinning (Toronto & Humber Navigation Co.) Toronto 1882; R. Davies, Toronto 1887; to W. Hendrie, Hamilton 1889; to Toronto Ferry Co. 1890. Built by G. Clark, Toronto 1882; rebuilt to double end (same dimensions) by J. Andrew, Oakville and re-launched 19/04/94. First engine 20x42 by Inglis & Hunter, Toronto; after 1894 18x42 by Inglis & Hunter. (Rebuild of earlier engine?) Used Hamilton Bay 1885. Retired 1903 due to boiler trouble; "currently sunk at Hanlan's Point" August 1907.
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