built by Fairfield Govan,
Yard No 452
Engines by Fairfield Co Glasgow
Port of Registry: MontrealCanada
Propulsion: Steam quadruple expansion 4cy 3300ihp 524nhp 14kn
Launched: Tuesday, 25/06/1907
Built: 1907
Ship Type: Passenger Vessel
Tonnage: 3925 grt | 2885 nrt | 2400 dwt
Length: 346 feet 0
Breadth: 43 feet 9
Draught: 17 feet 7
Owner History:
Canadian Pacific Railway Co, Montreal
1968 J.A.L.Steamship Lines, Montreal
1969 Assiniboia Corporation
Status: Destroyed by Fire - 08/11/1969

Cut apart for canal transit at Levis, reassembled Buffalo.
Operated in freight service only after 1965
Burned out 9/11/1969 at National Park NJ while under conversion to floating restaurant, refloated 1/1970 and broken up at Philadelphia

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