H. J. D. No 1. (Propeller), C152501, 1943
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Steam screw FINGLO.* Official Canada No. 152501. Of 83 gross tons. Built at Port Stanley, Ont., in 1925.
77.1 x 20.8 x 8.0.
* Renamed H. J. D. No. 1 - Canada - 1943 [ H. J. D. No. 1, was a recovered wreck]
Herman Runge List
FINGLO, Official Canada No. 152501, Built Port Stanley 1925 for the Finlay Fish & Storage Co. Ltd. as a steam fish tug. Burned on June 7, 1941 at Toronto. Rebuilt as a steam tug and renamed H. J. D. No. 1 (for Harry J. Dixon) and was unofficially renamed SALAMANDER for the filming of the TV series on "Tugboat Annie" in 1956-1957. Stripped in 1961 and scuttled in lake Ontario.
Courtesy Jerry Ouderkirk
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- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes