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  • Lady Cecilia (1919)
        Official No.: 152718; 220x29x16 Owned by Union Steamship Co. Arrived from United Kingdom 12/04/25. Last used 1949.
      Official No.: 152718; 220x29x16 Owned by Union Steamship Co. Arrived from United ...
  • Lady Cynthia (1919)
        Official No.: 152899; 219x29x16 Owned by Union Steamship Co.
      Official No.: 152899; 219x29x16 Owned by Union Steamship Co.
  • Bayeskimo (1922)
        212x34x15 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engine 16-27-44x30. Used in Arctic supply work. Cut through and sunk by ice 22/07/25 Ungava Bay, Labrador,; Final Location: Ungava Bay, Wrecked By Ice
      212x34x15 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engine 16-27-44x30. Used in Arctic supply ...
  • Bayrupert (1926)
        321x51x29 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engine 23½-37½-63x39. Used in Arctic supply work. Wrecked 22/07/27 Cape Harrigan (Davis Strait, Labrador). ; Final Location: Davis Strait, Labrador, Canada, Wrecked
      321x51x29 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engine 23½-37½-63x39. Used in Arctic supply ...
  • Lakes to Liverpool Eighty Years Ago in "NEVER SAY DIE": Schooner Days DLXXXV (585)
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 10 Apr 1943     Lakes to Liverpool Eighty Years Ago in "NEVER SAY DIE" Schooner Days DLXXXV (585) by C. H. J. Snider Algoma Copper, Michigan Barrel Staves, Western Wheat, ...
    Snider, C. H. J., Toronto Telegram (Toronto, ON), 10 Apr 1943   Lakes to Liverpool Eighty Years Ago in "NEVER SAY DIE" Schooner Days ...
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