First Rebuild: Official Number: 90778 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 118 x 26 -- 200 tons Rebuilt: Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1920
121x26x9 Owned by Lakeside Navigation Co, Walkerville 1895; Niagara St. Catharines & Toronto Navigation Co. 1901; to M. J. Hogan, Port Colborne 1911; to J. E. Russell, Toronto 1921. Built by M. Lane, Windsor and launched 10/04/88. Rebuilt by Toronto Drydock Co. 1920. Built for Detroit River and Pelee Island service; Toronto-St. Catharines or Port Dalhousie 1892-1911; laid up 1912-1915, rebuilt tug 1920. Sank 15/11/29 near Cobourg Ont.
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