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  • EMPRESS OF MIDLAND at Midland
        EMPRESS OF MIDLAND, a wartime loss, unloads at Midland c. 1908.
      EMPRESS OF MIDLAND, a wartime loss, unloads at Midland c. 1908.
  • W. D. Mathews
        Photograph of the W. D. MATTHEWS unloading at the Town House elevator in Midland, ON
      Photograph of the W. D. MATTHEWS unloading at the Town House elevator ...
  • Midland Queen
        Photograph of MIDLAND QUEEN unloading coal at Midland, ON
      Photograph of MIDLAND QUEEN unloading coal at Midland, ON
  • Resolute
        Photograph of lumber carrier RESOLUTE docked at Midland. Note the sail on her mast, the stocked anchor hung from her starboard bow and the lifeboat suspended above deck on the kingpost.
      Photograph of lumber carrier RESOLUTE docked at Midland. Note the sail on ...
  • Glenmavis
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  • Rock (1883)
        Official No.: 85494; 44x12x7 Owned by C. M. Peters, Midland 1886; Anderson Fish & Trading Co., Midland 1895, 1901; J. Anderson, Midland 1917. Built by G. Carley, Midland 1883. Fish tug.
      Official No.: 85494; 44x12x7 Owned by C. M. Peters, Midland 1886; Anderson ...
  • St. Magnus (1880)
        Other Names: Magnolia (1898); Luckport; Official No.: 77693; First Rebuild: Official Number: 103690 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 136 x 21 -- 367 tons Rebuilt: Midland, Ontario, Canada in 1898 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw 180x28x14 Owned by A. M. Robertson, Hamilton 1886; R. O. & A. B. Mackay, Hamilton 1892; J. Playfair, ...
      Other Names: Magnolia (1898); Luckport; Official No.: 77693; First Rebuild: Official Number: ...
  • Saskatoon (1927)
        Official No.: 153456; 250x43x24 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Midland Shipbuilding Co. and launched 14/06/27. Engine 18-30-50x36 (maker unknown). Retired 1961. Scrapped Keewaunee, Wis. 1973.
      Official No.: 153456; 250x43x24 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Midland ...
  • Signal (1896)
        Official No.: 103577; 82x16x8 Owned by Signal Towing & Rafting Co., Wiarton 1901. Built by Morrell, Collingwood 1896. Engine 18x20 by Cowie & Co., St. Catharines, from "Maganetawan". Tug. Destroyed by fire 02/10/05 Midland. ; Final Location: Midland, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 103577; 82x16x8 Owned by Signal Towing & Rafting Co., Wiarton ...
  • Stadacona (1929)
        Other Names: Nordale (1959); Official No.: 154474; 582x60x28 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines, 1929-1967; International Cruising Co. (Reoch Transports)1969-1976; Dale Transports, 1976-1981. Built by Midland Shipbuilding Co. 1929. Engine 24½-41½-72x48. Converted from bulk carrier to self-unloader Collingwood winter 1957-58. Scrapped Port Colborne 1983.
      Other Names: Nordale (1959); Official No.: 154474; 582x60x28 Owned by Canada Steamship ...
  • Tender (1880)
        Official No.: 78025; 57x13x6 Owned by Muskoka Mill & Lumber Co. 1880; A. H. Campbell, Toronto 1886; W. White, Midland 1895. Built by J. Storey, Muskoka Mills Ont. 1880. Engine 11x12 by C. Burley, Collingwood. Georgian Bay tug. ; Final Location: Midland, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 78025; 57x13x6 Owned by Muskoka Mill & Lumber Co. 1880; ...
  • Trader S. (1912)
        Official No.: 126656; 71x15x6 Owned by Playfair Preston & Co., Midland 1912; W. E. Preston Ltd., Midland 1921. Licensed for 40 passengers 1914. Report of "Addition to Register" states rebuilt 1912; if so, earlier identity unknown. ; Final Location: Lake Superior, Wrecked
      Official No.: 126656; 71x15x6 Owned by Playfair Preston & Co., Midland 1912; ...
  • W.J. Martin (1905)
        Official No.: 116664; 69x15x10 Owned by C. C. Martin, Midland. Destroyed by fire 17/11/05 Twelve-Mile Bay. ; Final Location: Twelve-Mile Bay, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 116664; 69x15x10 Owned by C. C. Martin, Midland. Destroyed by ...
  • Wahnapitae (1904)
        Other Names: Dick T (1940); Official No.: 116754; First Rebuild: Official Number: 116754 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 107 x 19 -- 191 tons Rebuilt: Midland, Ontario, Canada in 1920 91x19x10 Owned by C. Beck Manufacturing Co., Penetanguishene 1907, 1927; to Keenan Towing Co., Owen Sound 1929, 1936; to Sorel Harbour Tugs ...
      Other Names: Dick T (1940); Official No.: 116754; First Rebuild: Official Number: ...
  • Wauketa (1914)
        Official No.: 137905; 73x17x7 Owned by Dominion Government; American Nephaline Ltd., Lakefield 1945.
      Official No.: 137905; 73x17x7 Owned by Dominion Government; American Nephaline Ltd., Lakefield ...
  • Weyburn (1927)
        Official No.: 153437; 250x43x24 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Midland Shipbuilding Co. and launched 14/06/27. Engine 18-30-50x36 (maker unknown). Retired 1961. Scrapped Karachi, Pakistan, 1966.
      Official No.: 153437; 250x43x24 Owned by Canada Steamship Lines. Built by Midland ...
  • Winnanna (1907)
        Other Names: Keenan (1909); Official No.: 122414; First Rebuild: Official Number: 122414 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 91 x 21 -- 133 tons Rebuilt: Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada in 1910 92x20x10 Owned by W. White, Midland 1907; Keenan Towing Co., Owen Sound 1911, 1935; to J. P. Porter & Sons, Montreal c1936. ...
      Other Names: Keenan (1909); Official No.: 122414; First Rebuild: Official Number: 122414 ...
  • La Plante (1922)
        Official No.: 150236; 61x15x7 Owned by W. J. Bell, Sudbury Ont. 1924; J. S. Matheson, Southampton 1935.
      Official No.: 150236; 61x15x7 Owned by W. J. Bell, Sudbury Ont. 1924; ...
  • Lynn B. (1913)
        Official No.: 130975; First Rebuild: Official Number: 130975 Propulsion: Screw 80x20x9 Owned by C. S. Boone Dredging & Construction Co., Toronto 1914, 1917; Dominion Government 1921. Correction: Remove reference to 1945 sinking.; Final Location: Lake St. Louis, Quebec, Canada, Foundered
      Official No.: 130975; First Rebuild: Official Number: 130975 Propulsion: Screw 80x20x9 Owned ...
  • Margaret (1914)
        Other Names: Wauketa (1917); Official No.: 137905; 73x17x11 Owned by Dominion Government. Built by Midland & Georgian Bay Shipbuilding Co., Midland 1914. Engine 9-18x14 by Doty Engine Works. Burnt intentionally 09/01/53.
      Other Names: Wauketa (1917); Official No.: 137905; 73x17x11 Owned by Dominion Government. ...
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