1891                                  Pueblo                                  1926


Wooden Great Lakes bulk freighter


Built at Milwaukee WI by Milwaukee Ship Yard Co., Hull 33

237’6” LOA, 235’ LBP, 36’6” beam, 19’4” depth

1 deck, coal-fired boiler, fore and aft compound engine, 500 IHP

Enrolled at Milwaukee WI April 29, 1890 (#99)
225.7 x 36.6 x 19.4, 1349.06 GT, 1054.42 NT     US 150512     to:
J. B. Merrill, Milwaukee WI

Entered service 1891

Management of vessel 1898 to W. E. Fitzgerald (his estate after his death in 1901)

Sold 1913 to Canada Cement Transport Ltd., Montreal QC (home port to Montreal QC)
Shortened 7’ at Montreal QC by Montreal Dry Dock & Ship Repairing Co.
Enrolled Canadian at 236.1 x 36.3 x 19.3, 1493 GT, 905 NT

Sold 1916 to Richard W. Ltd., Montreal QC, a subsidiary of Canada Import Co. and renamed Richard W.

Sold 1923 to Palmbay Steamship Co., a subsidiary of Tree Line Navigation Co., Montreal QC and renamed Palmbay.

Laid up after 1924 season at Kingston ON and did not operate again

Burned Jan 16, 1926 at her layup dock at Kingston ON.  Hull scuttled in Lake Ontario.




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