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Chapleau (Propeller), C145461, 1933


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Steam screw CHAPLEAU.* Official Canadian No. 145461. Of 1,560 gross tons; 1,002 tons Register. Built at Chicago, Ill., in 1903. Home port, Montreal, Que. Of 97 horse power. 245.8 x 41.0 x 15.3 Owned by Canada Steqamship Lines, Montreal, Que.
      *Formerly GLENEALY and foreign names CABOURG and GEORGE C. HOWE.
      List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the Dominion
      of Canada on December 31, 1933
     

Steam screw GEORGE C. HOWE. U. S. No. 200000. Of 1550 gross tons; 955 tons net. Built Chicago, Ill., 1903. Home port, Duluth, Minn. 241.0 x 41.0 x 15.6 Passenger service. Crew of 16. Of 600 indicated horsepower.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1906
     


      Propeller GEORGE C. HOWE.* U. S. No. 200000. Of 1,550 gross tons; 955 tons net. Built at Chicago, Ill., in 1903 241.0 x 41.0 x 15.6. Built of steel
      * Renamed [b] CABOURG - France - 1916
      [c] GLENEALY - Canada - 1921 [C 145461]
      [d] CHAPLEAU - Canada - 1927 DISPOSITION: -- Reportedly reduced to a barge in 1937 and removed from Canadian list in 1954 as scrapped.
      Master Vessel Building List, Chicago
      Institute for Great Lakes research
      Perrysburg, Ohio
     

      This record was created from a Canada Steamship Lines fleet list
SECTION A: BASIC SHIP PARTICULARS
NAME: Chapleau
OFFICAL NO.: 145461
TYPE: C1 (Canaller Bulk)
YEAR BUILT: 1903
BUILDER: Chicago SB. Co.
COUNTRY WHERE BUILT: U.S.A.
LOA: 245.8
LBP: 241
BEAM: 41
MOULDED DEPTH: 18
GROSS TONNAGE: 1564
NET TONNAGE: 1005
CARGO TONNAGE: 2100
SECTION B: OWNERSHIP/NAME CHANGES/DISPOSAL
CSL OWNERSHIP DATES:
FROM: 1926
TO: 1939
VESSEL'S OTHER NAME: George C. Howe
VESSEL'S OTHER NAME: Cabourg
VESSEL'S OTHER NAME: Glenealy
CHRONOLOGY:
YEAR VESSEL NAME OWNERSHIP/COMMENTS
1903-16 George C. Howe Great Lakes & St. Lawrence
Transportation Co. Duluth Am.
1916-21 Cabourg Chemins de Fer De l'Etat Francais
(Soc. Maritime Nationale) Harve Fr.
1921-25 Glenealy Glen Steamships Ltd.
(J. Playfair) Midland Ca.
1925-26 Glenealy Geo. Hall Coal & Shipping Corp.
Montreal Que. Ca.
1926-39 Chapleau C.S.L.
1939-42 Chapleau Marine Industries Ltd. Montreal Ca.
1942 B.U. Sorel, P.Q.
1955 RLR
SECTION C: CONSTRUCTION
SHIPYARD: Chicago SB. Co.
SHIPYARD LOCATION: Chicago
HULL NUMBER: 60
DATE OF LAUNCH: 1903
DATE OF DELIVERY: 1903
HULL: Steel 3 WT Bhds
HULL CONSTRUCTION: Rivetted transverse framed
SUPERSTRUCTURE: Steel texas and wheelhouse for'd, 2 masts, 1 funnel.
Rather small and light appearing compared to the
later Bulk Canallers.
COMPARTMENTS: FP, cargo space, machinery space, AP
SECTION E: ENGINE AND MECHANICAL
ENGINE TYPE: SR (T.E.)
CYLINDERS: 3 (15x25x42)
STROKE: 30
TURBINES: Not Applicable
HORSEPOWER: 650
MEASURE(IHP/SHP/ETC): IHP
AT (RPM): 95
YEAR BUILT: 1903
YEAR INSTALLED: 1903
ENGINE BUILDER: Detroit Shipbuilding Co.
PLACE BUILT: Detroit, U.S.A.
NUMBER OF BOILERS: 2
TYPE: Cyl SE 2 furnaces each WP 90
SIZE: 11x11
YEAR BUILT: 1903
YEAR INSTALLED: 1903
BOILER BUILDER: Detroit Shipbuilding Co.
PLACE BUILT: Detroit, U.S.A.
BOW THRUSTER: Nil
STERN THRUSTER: Nil
SECTION F: CARGO HANDLING CAPACITY AND FEATURES
HATCHES: 6
HATCH CENTRES: 24 C to C
HATCH SIZES: 12x26
HOLDS: 3
HOLD CAPACITY: 72000 BU wheat at 14 D.
85000 BU wheat at full D.
      Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, Kingston


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ex GEORGE C. HOWE, CABOURG, GLENEALY
Date of Original:
1933
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
McN.R.1618
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Chapleau (Propeller), C145461, 1933