1907                                  Kenora                                  1959

Steel St. Lawrence River canal size package freighter

Built at Dumbarton Scotalnd by A. McMillan & Sons, Hull 420
Launched Oct 7, 1907

256’ LOA, 249’3” LBP, 42’6” beam, 23’ depth
2 decks, coal-fired boilers, triple expansion engine, 650 IHP

Enrolled at Glasgow Scotland
249.9 x 42.6 x 20.5, 1955 GT, 1275 NT     Br 124235     to:
Canadian Lake Transportation Co., Toronto ON, C.H.F. Plummer, Mgr. (home port Glasgow Scotland)

Entered service Nov 26, 1907 carrying sugar from Montreal QC to Hamilton ON.  Delivered its cargo to Hamilton and laid up for the winter at Toronto ON.

Transferred to Canadian Interlake Line 1912

Enrollment transferred to Canada 1913     Can 124235     (home port to Toronto ON)

Fleet merged 1913 into Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal QC

Transferred 1916 to off-Lakes service during World War I and left the Great Lakes.

Returned 1920 and rebuilt for Great Lakes service.
Remeasured to 1979 GT, 1289 NT

Sold for scrap 1959 to Steel Company of Canada.  Towed to Hamilton ON and scrapped there.

See history in Scanner March 1977 (#64)



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