The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Her Majesty (1854)


Year of Build:
1854
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Dumbarton
Power
Power:
Mechanical
Propulsion:
Sidewheel
Final Disposition
How:
Disappeared At Sea En Route To Canada
History

195x20x7 Owned by Capt. T. Dick, Toronto. Built by Wm. Denny, Dumbarton Scotland and launched 09/06/54. Engine (oscillating) by Napier, Glasgow; 42" cyl. Designed for Toronto-Niagara partnered with "Peerless". "Splendid new steamer sailed for Quebec 7 or 8 weeks ago and has not yet been reported" (Montreal "Transcript" early October 1854). Sailed from Cork, Ireland early August 1854. Last seen in bad storm 400 miles out, no further trace. Designed so that "a section of bow" was removable for transit of St.Lawrence canals. Nothing official on this one.

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Her Majesty (1854)