First Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 66 x 18 -- 30 tons Rebuilt: in 1869
Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Sidewheel
Approx. 75x15x4 Owned by J. I. Bramley, Lillooet B. C.; to R. D. Dunn, Victoria 1863. Built by J. Trahey, Victoria and launched 07/05/61 as barge; "re-launched" with engines 15/07/61. Engines (2) 9x20 "exactly similar to "Fort Yale"." Sternwheel. Launched as "Maggie Lauder", name changed before first trip. Often used on Harrison River; chartered for telegraph line construction on Naas and Skeena Rivers 1864,65. No confirmation found of engine being "from old threshing machine" and its dimensions make this unlikely. Destroyed by fire 30/07/78 en route Ladner to Moodyville.
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