The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Imperial Windsor (Tanker), 1927


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      IMPERIAL WINDSOR - Steel tanker (C.138580) built in 1927 at Haverton Hill, United Kingdom by Furness Shipbuilding Company Ltd. (Hull # 115) launched April 13, 1927, for Imperial Oil Ltd. as a.) WINDSOLITE: 250 x 43.2 x 18; 1,930 gross tons. Powered by a 750 ihp triple expansion steam engine. Renamed b.) IMPERIAL WINDSOR in 1947, and c.) CARDINAL in 1973. Sold for scrap after a collision with HENRY STEINBRENNER (U.S.204225) in Pelee Passage on May 23, 1974. Scrapped at Hamilton, Ontario in 1974.


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Newspaper
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history
Date of Original:
1927
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Local identifier:
McN.E.572
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Imperial Windsor (Tanker), 1927