First Rebuild: Official Number: 88294 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 122 x 22 -- 262 tons Rebuilt: in 1886
122x22x7 Owned by A. Baker, St. Nicolas Que. 1886; to T. Hanly, Kingston 1894; H. S. Folger, Kingston 1901. Built by A. & W. Baker, St. Nicolas 1884. Engine 27x96 by G. Bisset, Quebec. Used on short trips from Quebec to 1893; Toronto opposition ferry 1894. Name means "Pilgrim". Retired 1896.
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