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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Duchess of York.
Ship owner: Prince Edward Island Park Co., 1917, Canada
Ship builder: William C. White., 1895, Canada, Quebec, Montreal
Engine builder: George Brush., 1860, Canada, Quebec, Montreal
Year ship built: 1860
Year engine built: 1860
Creator: Prince Edward Island Park Co.
Final disposition: Dismantled in 1938. Hull used as pulpwood barge. Out of active list in 1945.
Notes: Feathering paddles and steam steering engine from caspian (ex. passport) installed, 1920.
Registry number: C. 103342
Hull number: None
Vessel type: Passenger and freight, sidewheel
Height: 9.4 ft.
Width: 25.3 ft.
Length: 156.8 ft.
Stroke length: 108 in.
Gross tonnage: 490 t.
Net tonnage: 262 t.
Engine type: Beam
Piston 1: 34 in.
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