First Rebuild: Official Number: 103956 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 111 x 22 -- 392 tons Rebuilt: St. John, New Brunswick, Canada in 1904
121x22x7 Owned by Montreal & Cornwall Steamship Co. 1902; to Princess Steamship Co. 1903; Star Steamship Co., Saint John N. B. 1907; to Majestic Steamship Co., Saint John 1907, 1922. Built by E. Robinault, Valleyfield Que. 1897. Engine 15-26x14 by Raney, Selby & Co., Kingston Ont. Licensed for 392 passengers 1914. Damaged by fire 28/07/03 Indiantown N. B., rebuilt. Destroyed by fire 25/04/22 Glenwood N. B.
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