Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1890) as E.K. Roberts
First Rebuild: Official Number: 94843 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 117 x 24 -- 403 tons Rebuilt: in 1914
117x25x11 Owned by S. T. Reeves, Windsor; to "Mr. Kirkwood", Sault Ste. Marie 1895; D. L. McKinnon (Algoma Navigation Co.) 1901; to T. Long & Bro. Ltd. 1905; to Northern Navigation Co. 1906; North America Bent Chair Co., Owen Sound 1917, 1920; Owen Sound Transportation Co. 1921. Built by Detroit Drydock Co. 1883. Used Toronto-St. Catharines at first, then Georgian Bay–Lake Superior. Serious lock accident Welland Canal 30/05/94, claims caused vessel to be sold. Destroyed by fire 11/10/27 near Gore Bay Ont.
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