First Rebuild: Official Number: 88632 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 175 x 35 -- 1031 tons Rebuilt: Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1899
168x35x15 Owned by S. Neelon, St. Catharines 1884, 1895; to R. O. & A. B. Mackay, Hamilton 1896; J. Carruthers, Toronto 1900, 1903; to Montreal Transportation Co. 1904; to Canada Steamship Lines 1920; to C. H. Webb, Toronto 1927; to W. & R. Bingley, Cornwall 1928. Built by J. Shickluna, St. Catharines and launched 08/05/84. Rebuilt to 175x35x15 by Polson Iron Works, Toronto 1899. Engine 28-52x40 by G. N. Oill, St. Catharines. Damaged by fire 25/10/03 Soo, scuttled to save; repaired Kingston. Collided with "Fairfax" and "Simla" 21/08/16 Lachine Canal. Wrecked 05/12/27 Manitoulin Island; never rebuilt, finally broken up 1937.
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