Previous Registration: British (1895)
Later Registration: Spain (1918)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 62279 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 216 x 28 -- 988 tons Rebuilt: Esquimalt, British Columbia, Canada in 1916
216x28x21 Owned by Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. 1895 (chartered earlier); to B. C. Salvage Co. 1905; to J. P. Davies, Montreal 1918. Built by J. Elder & Co., Govan Scotland 1869. First engine 28-50x30 by builder, later 14½-21½-36 x 30 from Scotland. Had been present at opening of Suez Canal 1869.
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