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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: N. H. Botsford

Other name(s): Knowlton

Ship owner: Canada Steamship Lines; Elder Dempster Lines, Ltd.; Hall Corp. of Canada

Ship builder: Fraser, Brace & Co., Three Rivers, Quebec

Engine builder: Worthington Pump & Machinery Co.

Year ship built: 1922

Year engine built: 1922

Final disposition: Sold British in 1945. Scrapped at Milford Haven England in April 1951.



b) Knowlton (1927)


1) Hall Corp. of Canada, Montreal, Quebec

2) Canada Steamship Lines, Montreal, Quebec

3) Elder, Dempster Lines, Ltd., Liverpool, England

Registry number: C. 150709

Hull number: 18

Vessel type: Package freighter

Height: 18.1

Width: 43.9

Length: 251.2

Stroke length: 36

Gross tonnage: 2068

Net tonnage: 1219

Materials: Steel

Engine type: Triple expansion

Piston 1: 19

Piston 2: 32

Piston 3: 55

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