First Rebuild: Official Number: 88633 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 137 x 24 -- 684 tons Rebuilt: in 1884
137x24x12 Owned by S. Neelon, St. Catharines 1877; to Geddes Bros., Toronto 1884, 1886; Wentworth Navigation Co., Toronto (Geddes) 1901, 1904. Built by Andrews & Son, Port Dalhousie 1872. Engine 36x30 by G.N. Oill, St. Catharines. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. Licensed for 150 passengers 1886, 125 passengers 1901. Sunk in collision with "Kent" 07/06/94 Sister Island, St. Lawrence River, 2 killed. Raised and repaired Deseronto. Stranded running rapids 01/09/98 Point Iroquois Ont. Destroyed by fire 17/11/04 in Muir Bros. Drydock, Port Dalhousie.
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