Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1901)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 103472 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 121 x 29 -- 598 tons Rebuilt: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1901
127x29x7 Owned by E. C. Baker, Victoria 1895; G. T. Legg, Vancouver 1901; Union Steamship Co. 1902. Built by Lake's Yard, Ballard (Seattle) Wash. and launched 13/03/90. Engine(s) by Bow & McLachlan, Paisley Scotland. Badly damaged by fire 23/02/93 Prevost Island, Wash., laid up several years (or used as barge?). Back to U.S. 1925.
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