1913                                  Keyvive                                  1962

Steel St. Lawrence River canal size bulk freighter

Built at South Bank on Tees England by Smith’s Dock Co.
Launched July 9, 1913

261’ LOA, 250’ LBP, 42’6” beam, 20’ depth
1 deck, arch cargo hold construction, hatches @ 24’, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 700 IHP

Enrolled at Middlesbrough England
250.0 x 42.5 x 17.4, 1768 GT, 1045 NT     Br. 128830     to:
Keystone Transportation Co. of Canada, Montreal QC, a subsidiary of Montreal Light, Heat & Power Co. (home port Middlesbrough England)

Entered service 1913

Fleet renamed Keystone Transports Ltd. 1921

Enrollment transferred to Canada 1932     Can 128830     (home port to Montreal QC)

Fleet sold 1957 to La Verendrye Line Ltd. Montreal QC

Fleet sold 1962 to Hall Corporation of Canada, Montreal QC
Vessel did not operate for this fleet

Sold for scrap 1962 to A. Newman & Co., St. Catharines ON and scrapped at Port Dalhousie ON



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  1. I am the owner of the KEYVIVE ships bell and brass lantern and wondering who may be interested in buyng them.

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