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

Other name(s): Ashleaf; Canmore; Glenfarn; Manzzutti; Parame

Ship owner: Canada Steamship Lines; Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Transportation Co.; Hall Corp. of Canada; James Playfair; Marine Industries, Ltd.; Soc. Maritime Nationale; Yankcanuck Steamship Co.

Ship builder: Buffalo Dry Dock Co., Buffalo, New York

Engine builder: Detroit Shipbuilding Co., Wyandotte, Michigan

Year ship built: 1903

Year engine built: 1903

Final disposition: Scrapped, 1971, at Hamilton, Ontario.


Launched, January 31, 1903.

Tonnage at some point changed to 1640 gross and 944 net.


b) Parame (French)

c) Glenfarn (C.145462) (1921)

d) Canmore (1927)

e) Ashleaf (1942)

f) Manzzutti (1951)




1) Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Tranporation Co (Wolvin)

2) Soc. Maritime Nationale, Hayre (French Government)

3) J. Playfair, Midland, Ontario

4) Hall Corporation of Canada

5) Canada Steamship Lines

6) Marine Industries, Ltd., Sorel, Quebec

7) Yankcanuck Steamship Co., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Registry number: US 77580; C.145462

Hull number: 203

Vessel type: Freighter

Height: 18

Width: 41

Length: 241

Stroke length: 30

Gross tonnage: 1558

Net tonnage: 999

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 15

Piston 2: 25

Piston 3: 42

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