First Rebuild: Official Number: 85308 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 113 x 42 -- 160 tons Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1891
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
114x30x5 Owned by Cie. de Navigation de la Côte St-Catherine 1886; G. Stacey, Montreal 1891; to C. St. James 1894; to Mrs. A. Robert, Montreal 1898. Built by P. Dauphinais, Sorel 1883. Rebuilt to 113x42x5 by W. & G. Tate, Montreal 1891. First engines (2) 13x13 by G. A. Pontbriand, Sorel; later 43x30 by Pontbriand. Licensed for 100 passengers 1886. Usually ferry, but Montreal-Chambly 1885. Badly damaged by fire 16/11/00 at anchor Verchères Que.; taken to Sorel, hull wrecked by spring freshet 1901. Note: On Register Cert., 8 different dimensions entered and crossed out, then "error" written in margin. (?)
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