The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
A. J. Tymon (Steamboat), 2 Mar 1894

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J.E. & J.H Rebstock have chartered the stmr. A.J. TYMON of Toronto for the season of 1894, to run on the new Port Colborne route, touching at Crystal Beach, both going and coming. She will be brought down here May 24 to go into commission. She will be commanded by Capt. J. McSherry. The TYMON is one of the handsomest excursion steamers on the lower lakes. She was built last year and this winter was fitted out with a new boiler to secure increased speed. The TYMON is built on the same general model as the GREYHOUND, only a larger scale. She is 155 ft. over all, and has a carrying capacity of 700 passengers.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      March 2, 1894 7-5

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A. J. Tymon (Steamboat), 2 Mar 1894