Juniata (wooden)

1878                                      Juniata                                  1929

Wooden Great Lakes package freighter

Built at Buffalo NY by Union Dry Dock Co., Hull 12
Launched June 22, 1878

258’6” LOA, 252’ LBP, 35’ beam, 25’ depth
2 decks, coal-fired boiler,  steeple compound engine, 473 IHP

Enrolled at Erie PA July 26, 1878 (#2)
252.5 x 35.0 x 15.3, 1708.90 tons (1474.54 NT 1882)     US 125669     to:
Erie & Western Transportation Co., Erie PA (home port Erie PA)
Great Lakes fleet of Pennsylvania Railroad, also known as “Anchor Line”

Sold 1905 to John J. Boland, Buffalo NY (home port to Buffalo NY) and renamed Winnipeg.

Transferred 1906 to Frontier Transit Co., Buffalo NY

Converted to bulk freighter at Buffalo NY by Buffalo Dry Dock Co.
Remeasured to 1108 GT, 874 NT

Sold May 1, 1917 to George E. Warner, Cleveland OH

Sold 1918 to Winnipeg Steamship Co., Tonawanda NY

Sank Oct 21, 1922 in Lachine Canal, St. Lawrence River and abandoned to the underwriters as a constructive total loss.

Sold 1923 to F. P. Weaver Coal Co., Montreal QC (home port to Mantreal QC) and renamed Weavercoal.
Enrolled Canadian at 260.8 x 34.9 x 14.9, 1309 GT, 795 NT     Can 150840    

Sank June 8, 1929 at her dock at Montreal QC and dismantled




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