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1905
  
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  • Wilfred L. Snow (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 121812; Later Registration: Newfoundland (1929) First Rebuild: Rebuilt: in 1908 Second Rebuild: Converted to: Motor 64x17x7 Owned by H. Lennox, Jeddore N. S. 1928; to J. Penny & Sons, Ramea Nfld. 1929.
    Ship     Official No.: 121812; Later Registration: Newfoundland (1929) First Rebuild: Rebuilt: in 1908 Second Rebuild: Converted to: Motor 64x17x7 Owned by H. Lennox, Jeddore N. S. 1928; to J. Penny & ...
  • Wenona (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 107685; 67x10x5 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard. Montreal River passenger vessel. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Condemned
    Ship     Official No.: 107685; 67x10x5 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard. Montreal River passenger vessel. ; Final Location: Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, Canada, Condemned
  • Wanderer (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 116988; 45x11x5 Owned by J. Matheson, Kenora Ont.
    Ship     Official No.: 116988; 45x11x5 Owned by J. Matheson, Kenora Ont.
  • Wanda II (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 121843; 94x12x6 Owned by T. Eaton, Toronto. Engine by Doty Engine Works. Yacht. Destroyed 07/08/14 in boathouse fire Windermere Ont. ; Final Location: Windermere, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 121843; 94x12x6 Owned by T. Eaton, Toronto. Engine by Doty Engine Works. Yacht. Destroyed 07/08/14 in boathouse fire Windermere Ont. ; Final Location: Windermere, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
  • W.S. Fielding (1905)
    Ship       Other Names: P.W.D. No.1 (1916); Official No.: 134184
    Ship     Other Names: P.W.D. No.1 (1916); Official No.: 134184
  • W.J. Martin (1905)
    Ship       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
    Ship     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
  • Victoria (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 122276; 55x11x4 Owned by Dominion Government.
    Ship     Official No.: 122276; 55x11x4 Owned by Dominion Government.
  • Two Friends (1905)
    Ship       .... Built by W. Haskett, Port Dover 1905. Engine 7½-15x10 by Doty Engine Works....
    Ship     .... Built by W. Haskett, Port Dover 1905. Engine 7½-15x10 by Doty Engine Works....
  • Transcontinental (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 126142; 46x8x3 Owned by P. Potvin, LaTuque, Que.
    Ship     Official No.: 126142; 46x8x3 Owned by P. Potvin, LaTuque, Que.
  • Thomas S. Gorton (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 142071; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) 107x25x12 Owned by Earle Freighting Service, Carbonear Nfld.
    Ship     Official No.: 142071; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1919) 107x25x12 Owned by Earle Freighting Service, Carbonear Nfld.
  • Standard (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 116987; 44x10x5 Owned by R. Doucett & W. Webster, Kenora 1910, 1917; H. W. Mackey, Kenora 1921.
    Ship     Official No.: 116987; 44x10x5 Owned by R. Doucett & W. Webster, Kenora 1910, 1917; H. W. Mackey, Kenora 1921.
  • Slocan (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 121680; 158x28x7 Owned by Canadian Pacific Railway. Engines (2) 16x72 by B. C. Iron Works, Vancouver, from earlier "Slocan". Sternwheel. Licensed for 300 passengers 1914. Retired 1927 and used as warehouse Trout Lake. Destroyed by fire November 1931.
    Ship     Official No.: 121680; 158x28x7 Owned by Canadian Pacific Railway. Engines (2) 16x72 by B. C. Iron Works, Vancouver, from earlier "Slocan". Sternwheel. Licensed for 300 passengers 1914. Retired 1927 and ...
  • Sea Lion (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 117116; 114x22x20 Owned by French & Robertson, Vancouver 1907; to Young & Gore Tugboat Co. 1916, 1945; Sea Lion Charters Ltd., Victoria 1972. Engine 12-20-32x24 (maker unknown). Tug.
    Ship     Official No.: 117116; 114x22x20 Owned by French & Robertson, Vancouver 1907; to Young & Gore Tugboat Co. 1916, 1945; Sea Lion Charters Ltd., Victoria 1972. Engine 12-20-32x24 (maker unknown). Tug.
  • Samson (1905)
    Ship       ... by Turpel & Sons, Victoria 1905. Engines (2) 14x60 by Victoria Machinery Depot...
    Ship     ... by Turpel & Sons, Victoria 1905. Engines (2) 14x60 by Victoria Machinery Depot...
  • St. Maurice No.2 (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 141865
    Ship     Official No.: 141865
  • Ste. Anne (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 121924; 77x23x5 Owned by O. Tremblay, Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi. Built by Gagnon & Tremblay, Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi. Engines (2) 12x30 by F. X. Drolet, Quebec. Ferry. Licensed for 40 passengers 1914.
    Ship     Official No.: 121924; 77x23x5 Owned by O. Tremblay, Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi. Built by Gagnon & Tremblay, Ste. Anne de Chicoutimi. Engines (2) 12x30 by F. X. Drolet, Quebec. Ferry. ...
  • S. &  Y. (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 117127; First Rebuild: Official Number: 117127 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 65 x 11 -- 26 tons Rebuilt: in 1911 50x9x4 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard Ont.
    Ship     Official No.: 117127; First Rebuild: Official Number: 117127 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 65 x 11 -- 26 tons Rebuilt: in 1911 50x9x4 Owned by Upper Ontario Steamboat Co., New Liskeard Ont.
  • Rover (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 111884; 40x10x3 Owned by Dickson Co., Peterborough. Fabricated by Peachey & West, Simcoe Ont. Alligator (warp tug).
    Ship     Official No.: 111884; 40x10x3 Owned by Dickson Co., Peterborough. Fabricated by Peachey & West, Simcoe Ont. Alligator (warp tug).
  • Ralph Budd (1905)
    Ship       .... 1938-1966. Built by Great Lakes Engineering Works, Ecorse Mich. 1905. Engine...
    Ship     .... 1938-1966. Built by Great Lakes Engineering Works, Ecorse Mich. 1905. Engine...
  • Portneuf (1905)
    Ship       Official No.: 133905; 80x17x8 Owned by Dominion Government. Engine 11-20x20 compounded from single-cylinder engine of scrapped tug "St. Francis".
    Ship     Official No.: 133905; 80x17x8 Owned by Dominion Government. Engine 11-20x20 compounded from single-cylinder engine of scrapped tug "St. Francis".
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