The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Katharine T. Wilbur (Propeller), U161077, 27 Jun 1895


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A small steel steam vessel being built at Bell's Engine Works, Buffalo, for service in connection with the Lehigh Valley Railroad at Fair Haven, Lake Ontario, will be launched next week. She is to be named KATHERINE T. WILBUR, and is 70 feet long and 17 feet beam. The engine is a fore-and-aft compound, with cylinders 12 and 25 inches diameter by 20 inches stroke. The boiler is of the return flue marine type, 6 feet 10 inches in diameter by 11 feet 6 inches long, allowed 130 pounds pressure.
      Marine Review
      June 27, 1895


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building, Buffalo
Date of Original:
1895
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McN.E.10238
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Katharine T. Wilbur (Propeller), U161077, 27 Jun 1895