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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: City of Cleveland.
Ship owner: E.C. Lampe., Vermillion
Engine re-builder: Fletcher., 1880
Year ship built: 1880
Year engine built: 1847
Creator: E.C. Lampe.
Final disposition: Burned in Cleveland on May 20, 1924. Hull later used as barge. Stranded near Lorain, Ohio on December 17, 1929.
Notes: Engines from United States, L. Champlain. (US. 25125). Launched June 23, 1880.
Remarks: Engine rebuilt in 1880 by Fletcher.
Registry number: US. 125808
Hull number: 32
Vessel type: Passenger and freight sidewheel
Height: 13.3 ft.
Width: 32.4 ft.
Length: 225.2 ft.
Stroke length: 132 in.
Gross tonnage: 1222 t.
Net tonnage: 917 t.
Engine type: Beam
Piston 4: 50 in.
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