The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lady of the Lake (1873)

Year of Build:
Construction and Ownership
Built at:
Fort Frances, Ontario
Final Disposition
Broken Up

Approx. 120x20. Owned by Dominion Government; to W. J. McAuley 1880. Built by J. Dick & Co., Fort Frances 1873. Engine 22x60 by F. G. Beckett, Hamilton Ont. Built as a unit of "Dawson Road", a series of rivers, lakes and portages Lakehead-Winnipeg. First trip 14/08/73. Later used in connection with lock construction at Fort Frances. Lock abandoned before completion, vessel sold late 1880. "Met with an accident" shortly after sale, no further note found. Never registered, though conceivably may have become "Spray".

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Lady of the Lake (1873)