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  • Leafield (1892)
        Official No.: 97990; 249x35x16 Owned by Algoma Central Railway. Wrecked in "great gales" 09/11/13 Angus Island, Lake Superior. ; Final Location: Angus Island, Lake Superior, Wrecked
      Official No.: 97990; 249x35x16 Owned by Algoma Central Railway. Wrecked in "great ...
  • Inland (Steamboat), struck bottom, 1 Nov 1915
        Reason: struck bottom Remarks: Repaired ...
      Reason: struck bottom Remarks: Repaired ...
  • Leafield (Propeller), sunk, 9 Nov 1913
        Reason: sunk Lives: 15 Freight: steel rails Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: 15 Freight: steel rails Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Wreck of Monkshaven
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1905     Wreck of Monkshaven Story of dangers hardships and hunger told by crew Had nothing to eat between Monday night and Thursday morning. The Paliki was in trouble Members of the crew of the Algoma Central steamer Monkshaven, which was stranded on Angus island near ...
    Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 5 Dec 1905   Wreck of Monkshaven Story of dangers hardships and hunger told by crew ...
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