First Rebuild: Official Number: 96995 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 159 x 32 -- 821 tons Rebuilt: in 1912
159x32x9 Owned by Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway; to Canadian Pacific Railway 1905; to Terminal Steam Navigation Co. 1912; to Union Steamship Co. 1921. Built by McAlpine & Allan, Vancouver 1891. Engine 14-26x18 by Doty Engine Works. Licensed for 500 passengers 1914. Badly damaged by fire 20/04/22 Vancouver, converted to dormitory ship 1923. Broken up 1926.
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