250x33x13 Owned by Turbine Steamship Co. (Eaton's) 1904; to Canada Steamship Lines 1912. Built by Hawthorne Leslie & Co., Hebburn-on-Tyne England and launched 01/03/04. Triple-screw turbine powered, H. P. on centre shaft. L. P. on wing shafts. Built for service Toronto-Hamilton; operated in Caribbean in winters at first. Licensed for 1550 passengers 1914. Used as hospital ship in World War I. Offered for sale June 1919 London England, not sold, laid up at Sorel 1920-23. Towed to Toronto for refitting 1923; to St. Lawrence 1925 but laid up 1928 and broken up 1937.
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