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Isle Royale (Propeller), C179194, 1972


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The good ship OREFAX, owned by the Hall Corp of Canada, is spending this winter in drydock at McNamara Marine, Whitby. She is being converted from a former ore carrier into a self-propelled hydraulic dump scow and will be renamed ISLE ROYALE.
      Toronto Sun
      Thursday, November 16, 1972
     
(pictures of ship being converted in article)
     
     
      ISLE ROYALE.* Official Canadian No. 179194. Of 3,095 tons gross; 2,903 tons reg. Built 1947 at Montreal, Que. Home port, Montreal, Que. 395 feet in length. Cargo carrier. Steel built. Owned by McNamara Corp. Ltd., 255 Consumers Road, Willowdale, Ont.
      * Ex OREFAX.
      List of Shipping on Register
      in Canada, 1980
      Dept. of Transport.


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Newspaper
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ex OREFAX
Date of Original:
1972
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Local identifier:
McN.R.122
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Isle Royale (Propeller), C179194, 1972