Yates, Harry 1

1910                                  Harry Yates     1                                  1978

Steel Great Lakes bulk freighter

Built at St. Clair MI by Great Lakes Engineering Works, Hull 77
Keel laid Nov 24, 1909; launched March 5, 1910

524’ LOA, 504’ LBP, 56’ beam, 30’ depth
1 deck, arch cargo hold construction, hatches @ 12’, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 1500 IHP

Enrolled at Port Huron MI May 10, 1910 (Temp #21)
504.0 x 56.0 x 26.0, 6077 GT, 4927 NT     US 207361     to:
Great Lakes Engineering Works

Reenrolled at Detroit MI May 17, 1910 (Temp #99) to:
American Steamship Co., Buffalo NY, Boland & Cornelius, Mgr. (home port to Buffalo NY)

Entered service May 1910

Permanent enrollment at Buffalo NY June 17, 1910 (#86)

Converted to self-unloader 1934 at Lorain OH by American Ship Building Co. and renamed Consumers Power  (2)
Remeasured to 511.1 x 56.2 x 26.2, 6391 GT, 5082 NT

Renamed Fred A. Manske  (1) 1958

Sold 1961 to Redwood Enterprises Ltd., Port Credit ON, Westdale Shipping Ltd., Mgr. (home port to Hamilton Bermuda) and renamed Leadale  (1) 1962
Enrolled Bermudan at 512.1 x 56.2 x 26.0, 7073 GT, 4701 NT     Br 316036

Enrollment transferred to Canada 1966     Can 316036     (home port to Hamilton ON)

Boilers converted to oil firing 1971

Sold for scrap 1978 to United Metals Ltd.  Loaded scrap at Hamilton ON Oct 1978, towed to Quebec QC and wintered there.

 
IMO 5205021

 

1006

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