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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: G. A. Boeckling.
Year ship built: 1909
Year engine built: 1909
Creator: Bay Transportation Co.
Final disposition: Used as floating shop, Petersen shipyards, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin 1956. Returned to Lake Erie in 1982 for rebuilding. Badly damaged by fire on June 21, 1989 in Toledo (Vandalsim ).
Notes: Engines from New York (Ex. Shrewsbury) of 1887.
Registry number: US. 206423
Hull number: 63
Vessel type: Excursion
Height: 9.1 ft.
Width: 30 ft.
Length: 155.2 ft.
Stroke length: 72 in.
Gross tonnage: 328 t.
Net tonnage: 157 t.
Engine type: Inclined compound
Piston 1: 25 in.
Piston 2: 44 in.
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