Glenarm (Propeller), C80574, 1929
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C.N. PRATT, Canadian Official Number 80574. Built Walkerville, Ont. 1881, renamed C.W. CHAMBERLAIN in 1886 and GLENARM in 1929. 127 x 27 x 10. A bulk freighter.
Preliminary List of Canadian
Merchant Steamships, 1809 - 1930
Propeller C.W. CHAMBERLAIN.* Official Canadian Number 80574. Built at Walkerville, Ont. in 1881. Home port, Montreal. Of 385 tons gross; 243 tons reg. of 45 horse power. 127.0 x 26.6 x 9.7. Owned by the Sincennes McNaughton Line, Montreal.
*Formerly C.N. PRATT.
List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1920
NOTE:- [a] C.N. PRATT - [b] C.W. CHAMBERLAIN - [c] GLENARM. [C.N. PRATT had engine from tug ZOUAVE]
GLENARM scuttled in St. Lawrence River, near Montreal, P.Q., in 1932, by direction of the owner and Department of Marine as "unseaworthy." Registry closed on September 16, 1932.
Marine History of the Great lakes
Bowling Green, Perrysburg, Ohio
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- William R. McNeil
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