Montreal (Steamboat), C116600, 8 Feb 1902
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The R. & O. Navigation C0.'s new sidewheel passenger steamer MONTREAL was launched from the yard of the Betran Engine Works Company at Toronto on Tuesday.
Port Huron Daily Times
Wednesday, Feburary 5, 1902
The new Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company sidewheel steamer MONTREAL launched at Toronto on Tuesday, is 340 feet long, with 43 feet width of hull, 76 feet 6 inched width over guards and 15 feet molded depth.
Feburary 10, 1902
Paddle-wheel steamer MONTREAL. Official Canada No. 116600. Of 4282 gross tons. Built Toronto, 1903 DISPOSITION -- Burnt near Sorel, November 18, 1926
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- William R. McNeil
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