1887 Wyoming 1925
Wooden Great Lakes bulk freighter
Built at Buffalo NY by Robert Mills & Co.
250’ LOA, 241’ LBP, 40’ beam, 24’ depth
2 decks, hold beams, coal-fired boilers, fore and aft compound engine, 700 IHP
Enrolled at Buffalo NY June 1887 (#78)
241.0 x 39.9 x 14.9, 1952.80 GT, 1739.75 NT US 81150 to:
Peter P. Miller 2/16 et al., Buffalo NY (home port Buffalo NY)
Entered service 1887
Frequently chartered in late 1890s to Port Huron & Detroit Steamship Co., Port Huron MI
Rebuilt 1906 at Buffalo NY
Remeasured to 14.5 depth and 1488 GT, 934 NT
Sold 1907 to Wyoming Steamship Co., Buffalo NY, C. S. Mahoney, Mgr.
Sold 1910 to Wyoming Steamship Co., Buffalo NY, Boland & Cornelius, Mgr.
Apparently not operated after 1912
Sold 1916 to Reid Wrecking Co., Port Huron MI
Sold 1917 to American Interlake Line, Duluth MN (home port to Duluth MN)
Transferred 1919 to Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal QC (home port to Montreal QC)
U. S. enrollment surrendered Nov 20, 1919
Enrolled Canadian at 250.4 x 40.1 x 14.6, 1492 GT, 911 NT Can 141589
Renamed Mapleglen 1920
Laid up at Kingston ON at the end of the 1921 season and did not operate again
Hull scuttled off Kingston ON, Lake Ontario 1925