By the time the R & O brought the RAPIDS KING out in 1907, postcards were all the rage. So the thirty-year old image of the CORSICAN was brought out, a coloured version produced and the card titled "Rapid King". Not only did they get the name wrong on the title of the card (Rapid should have been plural), but no one told the artist who replaced the name on the paddlebox with "Whirlpool". To add insult to injury, the RAPIDS KING didn't have paddle-wheels; she had a propeller. To add drama, a second steamer is in pursuit.
No one was going to confuse this with the real CORSICAN, which had been re-named PICTON for the 1905 season, and burnt on the Toronto waterfront in September 1907.