City of Cleveland 2

1886                                  City of Cleveland      2                                  1931

Steel sidewheel overnight passenger vessel

Built at Wyandotte MI by Detroit Dry Dock Co., Hull 71
Launched Sept 9, 1885

283’6” LOA, 272’ LBP, 40’ beam, 25’6” depth
1 deck, coal-fired boilers, vertical beam engine, 2500 IHP

Enrolled at Detroit MI May 25, 1886
272.0 x 40.6 x 14.6, 1923.95 GT, 1324.49 NT     US 126333     to:
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Navigation Co., Detroit MI (home port Detroit MI)

Fleet name changed 1898 to Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Co.

Renamed City of St. Ignace 1907

Sold 1925 to Western Reserve Navigation Co., Cleveland OH

Sold 1927 to Cleveland-Canada Navigation Co., Cleveland OH

Sold 1929 to Nicholson Erie Dover Ferry Line, Ecorse MI and renamed Keystone

Burned June 23, 1932 in layup slip at Nicholson terminal, Ecorse MI.  Raised and stripped.  Hull scrapped 1948 at Hamilton ON.



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