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

Ship owner: Mystic Steamship Co.; New England Coal and Coke Co.; New England Fuel & Transportation Co., Inc.; Rutland Transit Co.

Ship builder: Detroit Shipbuilding Co., Wyandotte, Michigan

Engine builder: Dry Dock Engine Works, Detroit, Michigan

Year ship built: 1910

Year engine built: 1910

Final disposition: Abandoned, 1933; scrapped, 1934, Boston.


Sister Vessel of Brandon (Hull 183). To coast, 1915. Launched, 3-19-1909



1) Rutland Transit Co., Ogdensburg, New York (1910-1915)

2) New England Coal & Coke Co., Boston  (1915-1920)

3) New England Fuel & Transportation Co., Inc, Boston (1920-1923)

4) Mystic Steamship Co., Boston (1923-1933)

Registry number: U.S. 207300

Hull number: 182

Vessel type: Package freighter

Height: 27 ft.

Width: 43 ft.

Length: 244 ft.

Stroke length: 36 in.

Gross tonnage: 2431

Net tonnage: 1431

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Quadruple expansion

Piston 1: 17.5 in.

Piston 2: 25.5 in.

Piston 3: 37 in.

Piston 4: 54 in.

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