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  • Geographic Location: Westbourne
  • Isabelle (1895)
        Official No.: 103389; 70x16x6 Owned by P. McArthur, Westbourne Man. Engine 12x12 by J. & R. Weir, Montreal. Moved Lake Winnipeg to Lake Winnipegosis 1898.
      Official No.: 103389; 70x16x6 Owned by P. McArthur, Westbourne Man. Engine 12x12 ...
  • J.R. Spear (1909)
        Official No.: 122273; 70x17x6 Owned by Northern Fish Co., Selkirk 1917, 1921; Booth Fisheries, Winnipeg 1927; S. V. Sigurdson, Riverton Man. 1935, 1948. Wrecked 29/06/59 Poplar Point Reef, Lake Winnipeg. ; Final Location: Poplar Point, Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Wrecked
      Official No.: 122273; 70x17x6 Owned by Northern Fish Co., Selkirk 1917, 1921; ...
  • Carberry (1903)
        Official No.: 112293; First Rebuild: Official Number: 112293 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 x 16 -- 64 tons Rebuilt: Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada in 1918 70x17x5 Owned by Lake Manitoba Quarry & Transportation Co.; to Dominion Government 1905; to Northern Fish Co. 1918. Engines (2) 10x10, (Builder unknown). Destroyed by fire 04/03/29 ...
      Official No.: 112293; First Rebuild: Official Number: 112293 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 70 ...
  • Iona (1898)
        Official No.: 112296; 58x12x4 Owned by P. McArthur, Westbourne Man. Tug. "Imported by rail from Collingwood" 1899. Engine to "Armenon".
      Official No.: 112296; 58x12x4 Owned by P. McArthur, Westbourne Man. Tug. "Imported ...
  • Saskatchewan (Steamboat), fire, 21 Sep 1893
        Reason: fire Lives: nil Hull damage: 25,000 Remarks: Total loss
      Reason: fire Lives: nil Hull damage: 25,000 Remarks: Total loss
  • Ida (1888)
        Official No.: 90460; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90460 Rebuilt: in 1890 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw 45x8x4 Owned by N. Tackaberry & A. Colborne 1888; K. I. Stephenson, Hecla Man. 1895; P. McArthur, Westbourne Man. 1901. First engine 5-9x8 by Doty Engine Works; after 1894 3-cyl. compound 6-8-8x9 by Waterous Engineering ...
      Official No.: 90460; First Rebuild: Official Number: 90460 Rebuilt: in 1890 Second ...
  • Petrel (1899)
        Official No.: 107217; 120x26x6 Owned by Manitoba Union Mining Co. 1901; Manitoba Gypsum Co. 1907. Some passenger accommodation added 1902.
      Official No.: 107217; 120x26x6 Owned by Manitoba Union Mining Co. 1901; Manitoba ...
  • Saskatchewan (1883)
        Official No.: 78016; 136x26x7 Owned by P. McArthur, Winnipeg. Built by P. McArthur, White Mud River (Westbourne) Man. Engine 14x48 by G. Brush, Montreal. Towboat on Lake Manitoba. Destroyed by fire 16/09/93 Westbourne. ; Final Location: Westbourne, Manitoba, Canada, Burnt
      Official No.: 78016; 136x26x7 Owned by P. McArthur, Winnipeg. Built by P. ...
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