1902                                  Muncy                                  1942 (1960)

Steel Great Lakes package freighter

Built at Wyandotte MI by Detroit Shipbuilding Co., Hull 149
Launched Sept 20, 1902

350’ LBP, 46’ beam, 30’ depth
2 decks, hold beams, hatches @ 24’, coal-fired boilers, quadruple expansion engine, 1700 IHP

Enrolled at Detroit MI Oct 18, 1902 (Temp #21)
350.0 x 46.0 x 30.0, 3863 GT, 2946 NT     US 93332     to:
Erie & Western Transportation Co., Erie PA (home port Erie PA) Great Lakes fleet of Pennsylvania Railroad, also known as “Anchor Line”

Permanent enrollment at Erie PA Oct 27, 1902 (#28)

Entered service 1902

Fleet sold Feb 22, 1916 to Great Lakes Transit Corporation, Buffalo NY
The railroads were required under the provisions of the Panama Canal Act of 1912  to divest themselves of competing vessels.  Great Lakes Transit Corporation was organized to own and operate these vessels.

Remeasured 1924 to 4055 GT, 3137 NT

Renamed C. T. Jaffray 1926

Sold 1942 to U. S. Maritime Commission for off-Lakes service during World War II and left the Great Lakes.  Towed down the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers to Galveston TX.

Renamed Roslagen (Sweden) 1948

Scrapped 1960



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