Previous Registration: British (1921)
240x41x14. Owned by F. E. Hall & Co., Montreal 1907-1915; Gas Light & Coke Co., London England 1916-1921; Geo. Hall Coal Co. Montreal 1921; to Canada Steamship Lines 1926. United Kingdom Register when on Lakes from 1907; back to U.K. in World War I, returned to lakes and registered in Canada 1921. Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Drydock Co., Greenock Scotland 1907. Engine 17-28-45x33 by Muir & Houston, Glasgow. Caught in ice 07/12/29 Soulanges Canal, ended up crossways. "Ignifer" means Fire-carrier (Latin).
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