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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: William G. Mather

Ship owner: Cleveland-Cliffs Steamship Co.; Great Lakes Historical Society

Ship builder: Great Lakes Engineering Works

Engine builder: Great Lakes Engineering Works., River Rouge, Michigan

Engine re-builder: De Laval, New York, New York (1954)

Year ship built: 1925

Year engine built: 1926

Final disposition: Placed in downtown Cleveland as a museum, 1989.

Notes:

Re-engined, 1954, with a De Laval steam turbine. Placed in downtown Cleveland as a museum, 1989.

Remarks:

Owners:

1) Cleveland-Cliffs Steamship Company, Cleveland, Ohio

2) Great Lakes Historical Society (1989)

Registry number: US. 224850

Hull number: 250

Height: 32

Width: 58

Length: 601

Stroke length: 42 in

Gross tonnage: 8653

Net tonnage: 6772

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Quadruple expansion

Piston 1: 21 in

Piston 2: 31.5 in

Piston 3: 46 in

Piston 4: 68 in

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