Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1920) as North West
365x45x23 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines; to Reid Wrecking Co., Sarnia 1930; to United Towing & Salvage Co., Sarnia 1937. Built by Globe Iron Works, Cleveland 1894, rebuilt to odd-looking freighter by Davie Shipbuilding & Repairing Co., Lauzon 1920. Engine (after 1920) 20-33-54x40 by Robb Engineering Works, Amherst N. S. Cut in two 1916 for transit of canals en route to Atlantic. Front half lost in storm crossing Lake Ontario; new one built. [note similarity of description to "Mapledawn" below.] Back to Lakes 1923. Laid up all summer 1929, wrecked 20/10/29 Cockburn Island, Georgian Bay en route to Lakehead for storage grain. Salvaged by Reid Wrecking Co., Sarnia,. Cut apart again 1940 on way to Atlantic; war loss 07/02/41 North Atlantic.
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