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  • Pontiac (1854)
        Dimensions unknown. Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa. Built by Merrill, Pembroke 1854. Engine by Bartley & Gilbert, Montreal. Towboat.
      Dimensions unknown. Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa. Built by Merrill, Pembroke ...
  • Pollux (1907)
        Official No.: 122475; 66x22x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Fabricated by Canadian Shipbuilding Co., Toronto. Warp tug.
      Official No.: 122475; 66x22x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Fabricated by ...
  • Maggie (1884)
        Official No.: 85365; 62x18x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Built by P. G. Waters, Pembroke Ont. 1884. Engine 13x12 (maker unknown). Tug.
      Official No.: 85365; 62x18x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Built by ...
  • John Egan (1872)
        First Rebuild: Official Number: 80897 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 164 x 23 -- 313 tons Rebuilt: in 1880 164x23x8 (width over paddle boxes 40') Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1877; Upper Ottawa Towing Co. 1886. Built by A. Miller, Pembroke and launched 24/05/72. Engine 32x96 by G. Brush, Montreal (to ...
      First Rebuild: Official Number: 80897 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 164 x 23 -- ...
  • Mahigama (1899)
        Official No.: 107781; 61x12x5 Owned by J. McCool, Fort William 1901; Haileybury Navigation Co. 1917. Lake Temiskaming passenger vessel.
      Official No.: 107781; 61x12x5 Owned by J. McCool, Fort William 1901; Haileybury ...
  • C.O. Kelly (1875)
        Official No.: 71196; 154x23x8 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1877; Upper Ottawa Towing Co., 1886. Built by L. Pelletier, Pembroke 1875. Engine 32x96 by E. E. Gilbert, Montreal (made 1854). Destroyed by fire 01/08/85 Pembroke. Name sometimes wrongly given as "C. O'Kelly". ; Final Location: Pembroke, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 71196; 154x23x8 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1877; Upper ...
  • C. O. Kelly (Steamboat), fire, 2 Aug 1885
        Reason: fire Hull damage: $8,000 Freight: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: fire Hull damage: $8,000 Freight: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Dauntless (1885)
        Official No.: 90610; 150x42x8 Owned by Upper Ottawa Towing Co. 1886. Built by P. Lamothe, Pembroke Ont. Engine 32x96 by G. Brush, Montreal (from "John Egan", to "G. B. Greene"). Towboat. Destroyed by fire 11/05/94 Allumette Island Que. ; Final Location: Allumette Island, Quebec, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 90610; 150x42x8 Owned by Upper Ottawa Towing Co. 1886. Built ...
  • Alex. Fraser (1890)
        Official No.: 96898; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96898 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 129 x 23 -- 344 tons Rebuilt: Quyon, Quebec, Canada in 1916 140x41x8 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Built Pembroke Ont. 1890; rebuilt Quyon, Que. 1916 to 129x23x8. (Note: paddle-driven throughout. 1890 width must be over paddle boxes; ...
      Official No.: 96898; First Rebuild: Official Number: 96898 Propulsion: Sidewheel Dimensions: 129 ...
  • Ottawa (1885)
        Official No.: 90609; 122x26x7 Owned by D. A. Martin, Ottawa. Built by H. Girard, Pembroke Ont. 1885. Engine 14-27x48 by E. Beauchemin, Sorel. Towboat.
      Official No.: 90609; 122x26x7 Owned by D. A. Martin, Ottawa. Built by ...
  • Union (1890)
        Official No.: 96719; 87x24x5 Owned by A. Thibodeau, Pembroke Ont. Ferry.
      Official No.: 96719; 87x24x5 Owned by A. Thibodeau, Pembroke Ont. Ferry.
  • Pembroke (1895)
        Official No.: 103434; 105x28x7 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Engine 16x60 by W. P. Bartley, Montreal, from old "Pembroke".
      Official No.: 103434; 105x28x7 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Engine 16x60 ...
  • Pembroke (1862)
        96x17x5 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1867, 1877; to Upper Ottawa Towing Co. c1880. Built by J. Power, Pembroke 1862. Engine 16x60 by W. P. Bartley & Co., Montreal, to new "Pembroke". Towboat. Broken up 1895.
      96x17x5 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1867, 1877; to Upper Ottawa ...
  • Rambler (1886)
        Official No.: 92298; 45x9x3 Owned by T. Dunbar, Pembroke, Ont.
      Official No.: 92298; 45x9x3 Owned by T. Dunbar, Pembroke, Ont.
  • Castor (1907)
        Official No.: 122474; 66x22x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Fabricated by Canadian Shipbuilding Co., Toronto. Tug.
      Official No.: 122474; 66x22x5 Owned by Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. Fabricated by ...
  • Empress (1876)
        Official No.: 73946; 114x16x6 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1877; J. A. Thibodeau, Pembroke 1886. Built by L. Pelletier, Pembroke 1876. Engine 12x48 by Mason, Kingston (made 1858). Passenger and towboat. One of very few transits through Culbute Canal May 1880 to run from Pembroke. (Canal and wooden lock ...
      Official No.: 73946; 114x16x6 Owned by Union Forwarding Co., Ottawa 1877; J. ...
  • Victoria (1898)
        Other Names: Oiseau (1913); Official No.: 107087; First Rebuild: Official Number: 107087 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 120 x 23 -- 148 tons Rebuilt: Pembroke, Ontario, Canada in 1913 129x21x7 Owned by Pembroke Navigation Co. 1910; to W. L. Hunter, Pembroke 1911; to Pembroke Transportation Co. 1913, 1927; Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. ...
      Other Names: Oiseau (1913); Official No.: 107087; First Rebuild: Official Number: 107087 ...
  • Walter B. (1880)
        Official No.: 83064; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83064 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 78 x 19 -- 28 tons Rebuilt: in 1882 74x13x4 Owned by J. A. Thibaudeau, Pembroke 1880; J. E. Whalen, Pembroke 1886. Built by C. Moreau, Pembroke 1880. Engine 14x14 by G. A. Pontbriand, Sorel. Ferry.
      Official No.: 83064; First Rebuild: Official Number: 83064 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 78 ...
  • W.L. Murphy (1912)
        Official No.: 131121; 89x18x7 Owned by W. L. Murphy, Pembroke Ont. Licensed for 40 passengers 1914.
      Official No.: 131121; 89x18x7 Owned by W. L. Murphy, Pembroke Ont. Licensed ...
  • D.B. Mulligan (1897)
        Official No.: 103887; 81x23x6 Owned by J. Ryan, Pembroke Ont. Ferry.
      Official No.: 103887; 81x23x6 Owned by J. Ryan, Pembroke Ont. Ferry.
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