First Rebuild: Official Number: 96709 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 105 x 24 -- 132 tons Rebuilt: Opemican, Quebec, Canada in 1889
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Opemican, Quebec, Canada
104x24x7 Owned by Lake Temiskaming Colonization Railway; to A. Lumsden, Ottawa 1888, 1903; Temiskaming Navigation Co. 1908; to Ville Marie Navigation Co. 1914. Built by C. Morin, Ville Marie Que. 1887; rebuilt to 105x24 by A. Miller, Opemican Que. 1889. First engine 12-26x12 by Carrier Laîné, Sorel; later engine by Bertram Engineering Works, Toronto, (details lacking). Struck rock and sank 28/06/16 Lake Temiskaming. Destroyed by fire 29/11/26 Lake Temiskaming.
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