Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1875)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 64154 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 93 x 20 -- 111 tons Rebuilt: in 1914
93x20x9 Owned by S. Nelson, Burrard Inlet B. C. 1877; A. N. C. King, Burrard Inlet 1886; A. King, Woodyville B. C. 1892, 1895; Woodyville Lands & Sawmill Co., Vancouver 1901; Great Northern Transfer Co., Vancouver 1917. Built by W. H. Bryant, Freeport Wash 1871. Engine 14-30x17 (maker unknown). Laid up at New Westminster summer 1874 (still U.S. vessel): had worms in timbers, hoped that fresh water would kill them. Tug, licensed for 20 passengers 1886. Destroyed by fire 29/10/20 Fraser Reach.
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