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  • Monaco (1888)
        Official No.: 95509; 42x8x4 Owned by A. Boyer, Montreal 1895, 1901; J. H. Garth, Montreal 1910, 1921; R. F. Girdwood, Montreal 1927. Destroyed by fire 13/09/35 Pointe Claire Que. ; Final Location: Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 95509; 42x8x4 Owned by A. Boyer, Montreal 1895, 1901; J. ...
  • Shamrock (1842)
        Approx. 85x16 Owned by Ross Matthie & Co. Built by Niagara Harbour & Dock Co. 1842. Engine by builder. Used on Montreal-Ottawa-Kingston triangle. Boiler exploded 09/07/42 while towing three barges on fourth trip Pointe Claire Que., 58 killed. ; Final Location: Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada, Blew Up
      Approx. 85x16 Owned by Ross Matthie & Co. Built by Niagara Harbour ...
  • Shamrock (Steamboat), sunk by explosion, 1 Jul 1842
        Reason: sunk by explosion Lives: 54 Remarks: Total loss ?? ...
      Reason: sunk by explosion Lives: 54 Remarks: Total loss ?? ...
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