North Land

1895                                  North Land                                  1918 (1921)

Steel twin-screw overnight passenger vessel

Built at Cleveland OH by Globe Iron Works, Hull 51
Launched Jan 5, 1895

376’ LOA, 358’ LBP, 44’ beam, 24’ depth
3 decks, coal-fired boilers, quadruple expansion engine, 7000 IHP

Enrolled at Cleveland OH May 20, 1895 (#69)
358.5 x 44.0 x 23.2, 4244.00 GT, 2339.78 NT     US 130690     to:
Northern Steamship Co., (home port Superior WI)
(Fleet owned by the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways)

Second deck added forward 1902 – third stack removed

Sold 1918 for off-Lakes service during World War I.  Cut in two and towed to Lauzon QC for rejoining.  War ended and she was never rejoined.  Sold Dec 26, 1918 to Davie Shipbuilding and Repairing Co. and scrapped by them at Lauzon in 1921.

See history in Detroit Marine Historian Nov 1948 (#1)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 308




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