Previous Registration: British (1913)
First Rebuild: Official Number: 106605 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 253 x 44 -- 1850 tons Rebuilt: Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada in 1915
253x44x22 Owned by Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Co. 1902; A. B. Mackay, Hamilton 1915; International Waterways Navigation Co., Montreal 1923. Built by Wm. Doxford & Son, Sunderland England 1896. Engine 20-34-57x39 by builder. Arrived on Lakes from United Kingdom September 1902. Boiler exploded 23/06/11 Lake Superior, 1 killed. Wrecked 09/11/13 Copper Harbour, Lake Superior. Salvaged, taken to Port Arthur, sank again. Offered for sale, sold twice in 1915. Wrecked 17/11/27 near Detour Mich., refloated and rebuilt as American barge.
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