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  • Geographic Location: Grand Rapids
  • Marquis (1882)
        Official No.: 88488; 201x34x5 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. (Winnipeg & Western Transportation Co.) Built by W. & W. T. Co., Grand Rapids Man. 1882. Engines (2) 19x72 by Iowa Iron Works, Dubuque Iowa. Sternwheel. Last regular service 1887 owing to Canadian Pacific Railway construction. Made one trip 1890 to ...
      Official No.: 88488; 201x34x5 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. (Winnipeg & Western ...
  • Humming Bird (Steamboat), exploded boiler, 8 Sep 1854
        Reason: exploded boiler Lives: 1 Remarks: ?
      Reason: exploded boiler Lives: 1 Remarks: ?
  • Northcote (1874)
        Official No.: 74028; 150x29x5 Owned by Winnipeg & Western Transportation Co. 1886; Hudson's Bay Co. Engines 14x48 by C. J. Dyment, Cincinnati Ohio, from unnamed H. B. Co. vessel. Launched 01/08/74. Left Grand Rapids, Man. 02/07/75, arrived Edmonton 22/07 (first through trip). Grounded 17/08/78 Cole's Falls (water very low this ...
      Official No.: 74028; 150x29x5 Owned by Winnipeg & Western Transportation Co. 1886; ...
  • (Unnamed) (1872)
        142x22 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engines by C. J. Dyment, Cincinnati, Ohio, to "Northcote". Sternwheel. Urgently required to get the "fall outfit" west, left on first trip 02/08/72 "unchristened and unnamed"; wrecked three days later at Demi-Charge Rapids, Saskatchewan River. ; Final Location: Demi-Charge Rapids, Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan, Canada, ...
      142x22 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engines by C. J. Dyment, Cincinnati, ...
  • Steamer Forest Queen of Grand Rapids, Inspector's Certificate, 28 May 1857
  • Steamer Forest Queen of Grand Rapids, Inspector's Certificate, 11 June 1858
  • Steamer Olive Branch of Grand Rapids, Inspector's Certificate, 24 April 1857
  • Steamer Olive Branch of Grand Haven, Inspector's Certificate, 21 July 1858
  • Colvile (1875)
        Official No.: 74022; 108x20x8 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. later Northwest Navigation Co., Winnipeg. Built by C. J. Reeves, Grand Forks, N. Dak., "completed" at Lower Fort Garry. Engine 14x18 by C. Dumont, Cincinnati, Ohio (from "Chief Commissioner") (Not sternwheel) Maiden trip ex Lower Fort Garry (Winnipeg) to Grand Rapids, ...
      Official No.: 74022; 108x20x8 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. later Northwest Navigation ...
  • Lilly (1877)
        Official No.: 78001; 100x24x4 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engines (2) 13x36 by Yarrows, London. Intended for Assiniboine River but used on Saskatchewan River. Parts arrived in Winnipeg from United Kingdom 20/08/76. Hull fabricated by Yarrows, cabins by D. F. Reeves ("of Grand Forks N. Dak.") Stranded 07/08/79 below Fort ...
      Official No.: 78001; 100x24x4 Owned by Hudson's Bay Co. Engines (2) 13x36 ...
  • Upas (1893)
        Official No.: 100653; 48x10x3 Owned by D. R. Fraser, Edmonton. Built by M. R. Davis, Kingston Ont. 1893. First used on Rice Lake, almost immediately to Saskatchewan River, moved to Athabaska River May 1898. Wrecked mid-1898 Grand Rapids, Athabaska River. Engine "fitted into a York boat" late 1898 at Fort ...
      Official No.: 100653; 48x10x3 Owned by D. R. Fraser, Edmonton. Built by ...
  • Steamer J. F. Porter, Inspector's Certificate, 27 June 1857
  • Steamer Naw Beck, Inspector's Certificate, 25 September 1857
  • Manitoba (1875)
        Official No.: 77798; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1879) First Rebuild: Official Number: 77798 Propulsion: Sternwheel Dimensions: 165 x 31 -- 406 tons Rebuilt: Grand Rapids, Manitoba, Canada in 1881 128x31x4 Owned by Merchants International Steamboat Line, to N. Kittson very soon; Winnipeg & Western Transportation Co. later. Built by J. Douglas, ...
      Official No.: 77798; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1879) First Rebuild: Official Number: 77798 ...
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