Vinmount (Propeller), C138859, 1920
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Steam Screw VINMOUNT.* Official Canadian No. 138859. Built at Cleveland, Ohio in 1889, rebuilt at Collingwood, Ont., in 1920. Of 1,799 gross tons; 1,024 tons reg. Home port, Montreal, Que. 243.0 x 38.0 x 21.0 and 107 horse power. Owned by Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal, Que.
* Formerly a recovered wreck.
List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1933
. . . . .
This record was created from a CSL fleet list-- VINMOUTH
SECTION A: BASIC SHIP PARTICULARS
OFFICAL NO.: 138859
TYPE: U1 (Reduced in 1920 to C1 at Collship.)
YEAR BUILT: 1889
BUILDER: Globe Iron Works Co.
COUNTRY WHERE BUILT: U.S.A.
MOULDED DEPTH: 23
GROSS TONNAGE: 1799
NET TONNAGE: 1024
CARGO TONNAGE: 1935
SECTION B: OWNERSHIP/NAME CHANGES/DISPOSAL
CSL OWNERSHIP DATES:
VESSEL'S OTHER NAME: Vulcan
YEAR VESSEL NAME OWNERSHIP/COMMENTS
1889-99 Vulcan Lorain SS. Co.
(David Wallace) Cleveland Am.
1899-1905 Vulcan Drake & Maythew Cleveland Am.
1905-09 Vulcan J.C. Gilchrist Cleveland Am.
1909-12 Vulcan Gilchrist Transportation Co.
1912-19 Vulcan Atlas SS. Co.
(D.T. Helm & Co.) Duluth Am.
1919-21 Vinmount Canadian Towing & Wrecking Co. Ltd.
Port Arthur Ca.
1920 Re-built by Collingwood SB. Co. Ltd., Collingwood, Ont.
Reduced to canal size.
1921-37 Vinmount C.S.L.
1937 Sold for B.U.
1937-46 Vinmount Marine Industries Ltd. Sorel Ca.
1946 Broken Up, Sorel, Que., Canada.
SECTION C: CONSTRUCTION
SHIPYARD: Globe Iron Works Co.
SHIPYARD LOCATION: Cleveland
HULL NUMBER: 26
DATE OF DELIVERY: 1889
HULL: Steel 1 Deck Pl. Stem Counter Stern Focsle cast iron Pillars in
Holds. Main Deck Beams in Hold. 3 WT. Bhds.
HULL CONSTRUCTION: Rivetted Transverse Framed.
SUPERSTRUCTURE: Wood Texas on focsle/wheelhouse over.
COMPARTMENTS: 4, FP, cargo, machinery, AP
SECTION E: ENGINE AND MECHANICAL
ENGINE TYPE: SR (F and A Comp.)
CYLINDERS: 2 (25x50)
TURBINES: Not Applicable
AT (RPM): 80
YEAR BUILT: 1889
YEAR INSTALLED: 1889
ENGINE BUILDER: Globe Iron Works Co.
PLACE BUILT: Cleveland, U.S.A.
NUMBER OF BOILERS: 1
TYPE: Cyl SE 3 Furnaces WP 115 originally 150
YEAR BUILT: 1901
YEAR INSTALLED: 1901
BOILER BUILDER: John Mohr & Son
PLACE BUILT: Chicago, U.S.A.
BOW THRUSTER: Nil
STERN THRUSTER: Nil
PROPELLER: 4 Blades sectional cast iron
SECTION F: CARGO HANDLING CAPACITY AND FEATURES
HATCH SIZES: 24.96x7.58
HOLD CAPACITY: 64500 Bu. Wheat or 1935 tons on 14.25' D.
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- William R. McNeil
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