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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Juniata

Other name(s): Clipper; Milwaukee Clipper

Ship owner: Erie & Western Transportation Co.; Great Lakes Transit Corp.; Illinois Steamship Co.; Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co.

Ship builder: American Ship Building Co., Lorain, Ohio

Engine builder: Detroit Shipbuilding Co., Wyandotte, Michigan

Year ship built: 1905

Year engine built: 1905


Rebuilt in 1941 at Manitowoc, Gross T. 4272, Net., 3137. Juniata - Pennsylavania River, 150 miles to Susquehanna River. Anchor Line ships often named for rivers in Penna.



(b) Milwaukee Clipper

(c) Clipper


(1) Erie & Western Transporation Co. ("Anchor Line"), Erie, PA

(2) Great Lakes Transit Corp., Buffalo, NY (1916)

(3) Wisconsin & Michigan Steamship Co., Milwaukee, WI (1941)

(4) Great Lakes Transit Corp., Chicago, IL (1977)

(5) Illinois Steamship Co., Chicago, IL

Registry number: US. 201768

Hull number: 423

Vessel type: Passenger and Freight

Height: 25.3

Width: 45

Length: 346

Stroke length: 42

Gross tonnage: 4333

Net tonnage: 2619

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Quadruple expansion

Piston 1: 22

Piston 2: 30

Piston 3: 44

Piston 4: 65

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