Later Registration: U.S.A. (1925)
241x41x14 Owned by E. A. Woodward, Winnipeg 1922; H. S. Scarth, Winnipeg 1923 (Operated by Canada Steamship Lines). Built by Tidewater Shipbuilders Ltd., Trois Rivières 1917. Engine 14-28x26 by Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Jarrow England (made 1887). Parts of "Rosamond Billett" incorporated in construction. Wrecked 19/08/20 Iroquois Shoal, St. Lawrence, sold to J. E. Russell, Toronto, rebuilt for grain transfer duties Fort William harbour. Retired 1922.
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