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Fr. Edward J. Dowling, S.J. Marine Historical Collection
Original name: Saskatoon
Engine builder: Northeastern Marine Engine Co.
Engine re-builder: Fairbanks, Morse & Co.
Year ship built: 1910
Year engine built: 1910
Location engine built: Great Britain, Durham, Sunderland
Creator: Sunderland Ship Building Co.
Final disposition: Converted to diesel tanker c. 1940.
Converted to diesel tanker in 1940. New engines were twin diesel, 6 cylinder, 16 in with 20 in stroke.
Registry number: C. 123965
Hull number: 256
Vessel type: Freighter, later tanker
Height: 17.4 ft.
Width: 42.7 ft.
Stroke length: 33 in.
Gross tonnage: 1752 t.
Net tonnage: 1029 t.
Engine type: Triple expansion
Piston 1: 17 in.
Piston 2: 28 in.
Piston 3: 46 in.
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