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

Ship owner: C. H. F. Plummer; Canada Steamship Lines; Canadian Interlake Line; Canadian Lake Transportation Company, Ltd.

Ship builder: A. McMillan & Son, Dumbarton, Scotland

Engine builder: Muir and Houston, Dumbarton, Scotland

Year ship built: 1907

Year engine built: 1907

Final disposition: Scrapped 1959-1960 at Hamilton, Ontario by Steel Company of Canada Ltd.


Pilot house moved for ocean duty, World Wars I and II.  Tonnage changed in 1919 to 1979 gross and 1289 net.



1) C. H. F. Plummer, Montreal, Quebec

2) Canadian Lake  Transportation Company, Ltd., Montreal, Quebec (1911)

3) Canada Interlake Lines, Ltd., Montreal, Quebec (1912)

4) Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., Montreal, Quebec (1914)

Registry number: BR. 124235

Hull number: 420

Vessel type: Package freighter

Height: 20.5

Width: 42.6

Length: 249.9

Stroke length: 33

Gross tonnage: 1979

Net tonnage: 1289

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 17

Piston 2: 28

Piston 3: 46

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