First Rebuild: Official Number: 130309 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 145 x 28 -- 689 tons Rebuilt: Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada in 1913
132x28x18 Owned by Union Steamship Co. Built by Dublin Dockyard Co., Dublin Ireland 1910 (Hull and main deck only. Completed by Wallace Shipyards, North Vancouver). Engine by MacColl & Co., Belfast. Licensed for 200 passengers 1914. Capsized at dock 07/01/13 Vananda B. C., 7 killed (ash chute left open). To United States government 1941.
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