1921                                  Glenclova                                  1970

Steel St. Lawrence River canal size bulk freight vessel

Built at Midland ON by Midland Shipbuilding Co., Hull 9
Launched Nov 21, 1920

255’ LOA, 246’ LBP, 42’6” beam, 21’ depth
1 deck, arch cargo hold construction, hatches @ 24’, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 1100 IHP
Engine from wooden str. Major of 1889

Enrolled at Midland ON
246.0 x 42.5 x 18.5, 1925 GT, 1092 NT     Can 150232     to:
Glen Transportation Co., Midland ON, Mathews Steamship Co., Mgr. (home port Midland ON)

Entered service 1921

Transferred 1922 to Great Lakes Transportation Co., Midland ON

Sold Feb 12, 1925 to George Hall Coal & Shipping Corporation, Montreal QC

Fleet sold 1926 to Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal QC

Renamed Anticosti 1927

Laid up 1930 at Midland ON

Requisitioned 1940 by Canadian government for off-Lakes service during World War II and left the Great Lakes

Renamed Risacua (Panama 1792) 1948

Sold 1953 to Hindman Transportation Co., Owen Sound ON (home port to Owen Sound ON), renamed George Hindman  (2) and returned to the Great Lakes
Remeasured to 1936 GT, 1100 NT

Repowered 1955 with diesel engine
Remeasured to 1913 GT, 1405 NT

Renamed Elizabeth Hindman 1962

Laid up at the end of the 1968 season at Owen Sound ON and did not operate again

Sold for scrap 1970 to Hyman Michaels Co., Duluth MN.  Towed to Duluth and scrapped there.

IMO 5101770

See history in Scanner April 1970 (#7)
Also April and Midsummer 1998 (#242)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember II p. 143



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