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  • Q.H.C. Grain Boat No.1 (1914)
    Ship       Other Names: Julienne (1917); Official No.: 138131; Previous Registration: British (1917) Later Registration: Greece (1920) 202x39x15 Owned by Quebec Harbour Commission; to St. Lawrence Navigation Corp. 1917 (charter?); to Farquhar & Co., Halifax 1919. Built by Smiths Dock Co., South Bank-on-Tees. Engine 15½-30x24 by MacColl & Pollock, Sunderland England. Sold ...
    Ship     Other Names: Julienne (1917); Official No.: 138131; Previous Registration: British (1917) Later Registration: Greece (1920) 202x39x15 Owned by Quebec Harbour Commission; to St. Lawrence Navigation Corp. 1917 (charter?); to Farquhar ...
  • Laval (1914)
    Ship       Other Names: Strathbogie (1921); Official No.: 134499; Previous Registration: British (1916) First Rebuild: Official Number: 134499 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 x 26 -- 332 tons Rebuilt: in 1921 120x26x12 Owned by Quebec Harbour Commmission, to George Hall Coal Co. 1921; Midland Transportation Co. 1925; Burke Towing & Salvage Co., Midland ...
    Ship     Other Names: Strathbogie (1921); Official No.: 134499; Previous Registration: British (1916) First Rebuild: Official Number: 134499 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 x 26 -- 332 tons Rebuilt: in 1921 120x26x12 Owned ...
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