1890                                  Indiana                                  1937

Wooden Great Lakes passenger and package freight vessel

Built at Manitowoc WI by Burger & Burger
Launched April 5, 1890

223’ LOA, 201’ LBP, 35’ beam, 24’ depth
3 decks, coal-fired boilers, fore and aft compound engine, 1000 IHP

Enrolled at Milwaukee WI June 9, 1890 (#107)
201.0 x 35.4 x 14.3, 1177.71 GT, 961.96 NT     US 100471     to:
Goodrich Transportation Co., Milwaukee WI (home port Milwaukee WI)

Fleet renamed Goodrich Transit Co., Chicago IL (home port to Duluth MN)

Laid up at Manitowoc WI at the end of the 1928 season and did not operate again

Sold 1931 to P. L. Connolly, St. Paul MN for use by Connolly Contracting Co. as a floating workers’ hotel and powerhouse during a channel deepening on the St. Marys River

Sold late 1932 to George Mills & Co., Detroit MI for a similar use at Grosse Isle MI during the construction of the Livingstone Channel on the Detroit River.

Abandoned 1937 at Toledo OH

See history in Detroit Marine Historian Nov 1950 (#19)
Also in Great Lakes Ships We Remember p. 224



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