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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Ann Arbor No. 6.
Other name(s): Arthur K. Atkinson, 1959.
Engine re-builder: Nordberg Manufacturing Co., 1959, United States
Year ship built: 1917
Year engine built: 1917
Creator: Ann Arbor Railroad
Final disposition: Laid up, Ludington, Mich., May, 1995.
Notes: Reversible pitch propellors, 1959. As rebuilt, first diesel-powered train ferry on the lakes.
Remarks: Laid down as Maitland No.2. Ann Arbor Railroad purchased on the ways.
Registry number: US. 214656
Hull number: 130
Vessel type: Train Ferry
Height: 22 ft.
Width: 56 ft.
Length: 372 ft.
Stroke length: 16/5 in.
Gross tonnage: 3241 t.
Net tonnage: 1826 t.
Engine type: Diesel
Piston 1: 12 cyl.
Piston 2: 13 in.
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