297x40x34 Owned by Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Co., Toronto 1901-1914. Built by Doxford, Sunderland England 1895. Engine 19½-27½-39-54x42 by builder. On Great Lakes 1906-1915. Cut in two at Levis, Que. and reassembled, probably at Buffalo, 1906 to allow for entry onto Great Lakes. Cut in two again, 04/15, Ashtabula, Ohio, and reassembled in Lower St. Lawrence. Sunk by gunfire from submarine 10/06/17 Sardinia.
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