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Pilgrim (Propeller), U150524, fire, 1 Jun 1894


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The burning of the PILGRIM has made it necessary for Sloan & Cowles to put the CORONA on the Woodlawn Beach line alone for 2 or 3 weeks, excepting Sundays, when the ELDORADO will run to Woodlawn Beach also, as heretofore. The scarcity of coal has also compelled them to take the HARRISON off the week day service of the Niagara Falls line and the ELDORADO will take her place, Saturdays and Sundays the HARRISON and the PURITAN, however, will both run on the Niagara Falls line. The revised time table may be
found in this mornings Courier.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      June 6, 1894 6-3

      . . . . .

      The stmr. ELDERADO will take the place of the burned PILGRIM on the Woodlawn Beach route on Saturdays and other occasions when two boats are necessary until further notice.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      June 9, 1894 7-2

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      Steam screw PILGRIM. U. S. No. 150524. Of 261.13 gross tons; 209.14 tons net. Built Buffalo, N.Y., 1891. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y. 113.7 x 26.0 x 7.9 Of 200 nominal horsepower [estimated]
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1892
     
     


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Reason: fire
Remarks: Repaired
Date of Original:
1894
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Local identifier:
McN.W.15422
Language of Item:
English
  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 42.88645 Longitude: -78.87837
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Pilgrim (Propeller), U150524, fire, 1 Jun 1894