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Ungava (Barge), 27 Jun 1906


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UNGAVA LAUNCHED.
Collingwood, Ont., June 28. - The new steel steamer UNGAVA was launched here yesterday for the Northern Transportation Company. The vessel is 206 feet over all, 41 feet beam, 19 feet deep, has a double bottom and will carry 85,000 bushels of wheat. The boat is intended for lake and river navigation.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Thursday, June 28, 1906
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      The steel tow barge, which the Montreal Transportation Co. is having built on the Georgian Bay, was launched June 27, and named UNGAVA. Her dimensions are: length 206 ft.; breadth, 41 ft., depth, 19 ft. She has a capacity for 85,000 bush. of grain.
      The Railway and Marine World
      August 1906 489-1


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launch
Date of Original:
1906
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McN.E.6892
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Ungava (Barge), 27 Jun 1906