269x36x14 Owned by Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co./Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Bertram Engine Works, Toronto and launched 21/06/98. Engine 28-44-74x72 by builder. Said to be patterned after "Plymouth" of Fall River Line. Taken to Kingston late 1924 to be lengthened by 50', project cancelled and vessel returned to Toronto just before freeze-up. Licensed for 750 passengers 1914. Boilers condemned 1939 and vessel laid up; broken up 1947.
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