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1900-1909
  
  • ASSINIBOIA (1907, Propeller)
        Official No.: 125984; Final Date: 1970; Dimensions (LBD): 336.5' x 43.8' x 23.7' ; see link; Original Owner: Canadian Pacific Railroad Co; Final Location: Bordentown, NJ, Scrapped; Delaware River see link
      Official No.: 125984; Final Date: 1970; Dimensions (LBD): 336.5' x 43.8' x ...
  • ASHTABULA (1906, Car Ferry (Rail Ferry))
        Official No.: 203071; Final Date: 1959; Dimensions (LBD): 338' x 56' x 21' ; Original Owner: Pennsylvania - Ontario Transportation Co; Final Location: Ashtabula, Ohio, Scrapped in 1959.; Sunk in collision with BEN MORRELL on 9/18/1958 about 350' off Ashtabula, Ohio harbor entrance. Raised and taken to train ferry slip. ...
      Official No.: 203071; Final Date: 1959; Dimensions (LBD): 338' x 56' x ...
  • J.S. ASHLEY (1909, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: FRED A. MANSKE; BROOKDALE; Official No.: 206695; Final Date: 1981; Dimensions (LBD): 504' x 54' x 30' ; 1909 Owned Kinney Steamship Co 1936 Owned Pioneer Steamship Co 1937 Converted to self-unloader 1952 Installation of 5 cylinder unaflow engine, 23 1/2" x 26", 2500 hp, built by Skinner ...
      Other Names: FRED A. MANSKE; BROOKDALE; Official No.: 206695; Final Date: 1981; ...
  • ANN ARBOR NO. 4 (1906, Car Ferry (Rail Ferry))
        Other Names: CITY OF CHEBOYGAN; EDWARD H. ANDERSON; Official No.: 203695; Final Date: 1973; Dimensions (LBD): 259' x 52' x 19' ; 1906 Owned Ann Arbor Railroad 1909 Rolled over while being loaded at Manistique, Michigan on 5/29/1909; raised by Great Lakes Towing Co. on 6/25/1909 1937 Owned State of ...
      Other Names: CITY OF CHEBOYGAN; EDWARD H. ANDERSON; Official No.: 203695; Final ...
  • MATTHEW ANDREWS (1907, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: HARRY L. FINDLAY; PAUL L. TIETJEN; Official No.: 203907; Final Date: 1979; Dimensions (LBD): 532' x 56' x 31' ; 1907 Owned Kinsman Transit Co (Steinbrenner) 1933 Renamed HARRY L. FINDLAY 1954 Installation of 3 cylinder unaflow engine, 28" x 36", 3510hp, built by Skinner Engine Co; installation ...
      Other Names: HARRY L. FINDLAY; PAUL L. TIETJEN; Official No.: 203907; Final ...
  • A.E. AMES (1903, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: BREUGHEL; GINETTE LEBORGNE; Official No.: 114449; Final Date: 13 Sep 1940; Dimensions (LBD): 246' x 37' x 24' ; 1903 Owned W. Petersen Ltd 1904 Owned Canadian Ocean & Inland Navigation Co., Ltd 1910 Owned Merchants Mutual Line Ltd 1914 Owned Canada Steamship Line Ltd 1921 Owned in ...
      Other Names: BREUGHEL; GINETTE LEBORGNE; Official No.: 114449; Final Date: 13 Sep ...
  • ALPENA (1909, Bulk Freighter)
        Other Names: SIDNEY E. SMITH JR; Official No.: 206130; Final Date: 1972; Dimensions (LBD): 356' x 47.3' x 26.3' ; 1909 Owned Wyandotte Transportation Co 1966 Owned Erie Sand Steamship Co 1968 Renamed SIDNEY E. SMITH JR 1972 Renamed ALPENA; 1972-73 Scrapped in Humberstone, Ontario; Original Owner: Wyandotte Transportation Co.; ...
      Other Names: SIDNEY E. SMITH JR; Official No.: 206130; Final Date: 1972; ...
  • AGAWA (1902, Barge)
        Other Names: ROBERT P. DURHAM; HERON BAY; FEDERAL HUSKY; Official No.: 111807; Final Date: 1965; Dimensions (LBD): 389' x 46' x 26' ; 1902 Owned Algoma Central Steamship Co., Ltd 1907 Converted to bulk frieghter; triple expansion engine built by Collingwood Shipbuilding Co. installed (20"-33.5"-56" x 40", 1500hp); 2 Scotch ...
      Other Names: ROBERT P. DURHAM; HERON BAY; FEDERAL HUSKY; Official No.: 111807; ...
  • ADRIATIC (1907, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 204726; Final Date: 1962; Dimensions (LBD): 440' x 52' x 28' 6" ; 1907 Owned Lackawanna Steamship Co. (Pickands, Mather & Co) 1913 Owned Interlake Steamship Co. (Pickands, Mather & Co) 1962-1963 Scrapped in Ashtabula, OH; Original Owner: Lackawanna Steamship Co. ; Final Location: Ashtabula, Ohio, Scrapped in ...
      Official No.: 204726; Final Date: 1962; Dimensions (LBD): 440' x 52' x ...
  • ACADIAN (1908, Package Freighter)
        Official No.: 124258; Final Date: 16 Sep 1918; Dimensions (LBD): 246' 6" x 42' x 26' 6" ; 1908 Owned Mutual Steamship Co. 1912 Owned Canadian Interlake Line Ltd. 1914 Owned Canada Steamship Lines Ltd. 1918 Lost to enemy action; Original Owner: Mutual Steamship Co.
      Official No.: 124258; Final Date: 16 Sep 1918; Dimensions (LBD): 246' 6" ...
  • SIMLA (1903, Bulk Freighter)
        Official No.: 112144; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 225.6' x 34.8' x 15' ; 1903 Engines installed at Polson Iron Works, Limited, Toronto, Ontario 1911 Towed BURMA & CEYLON 1914 Owned Montreal Transportation Company 1920s Retired, laid up Portsmouth, Ontario; engines into steel canaller MAPLEHEATH 1926 November 23 Burned, Portsmouth, ...
      Official No.: 112144; Final Date: 1926; Dimensions (LBD): 225.6' x 34.8' x ...
  • PURITAN (1901, Propeller)
        Other Names: OTTAWA; COX, GEORGE M.; Official No.: 150898; Final Date: 27 May 1933; Dimensions (LBD): 235' x 40.5' x 21.9' ; 1901, April Launched; laid down as OTTAWA for Chicago Steamship Company, sold before completion; ran Chicago, Illinois to Benton Harbor, Michigan, Saint Joseph, Michigan & Holland, Michigan against ...
      Other Names: OTTAWA; COX, GEORGE M.; Official No.: 150898; Final Date: 27 ...
  • Tug ARTHUR D.
        "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
      "Tug ARTHUR D., 1905"
  • EUREKA (1909)
        Other Names: SCOTT, T. J.
      Other Names: SCOTT, T. J.
  • Yacht WINYAH in the Thunder Bay River
        The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as Andrew Carnegie's private yacht. Frank W. Fletcher purchased the yacht in 1898 and brought it to Alpena on Lake Huron, renaming it WINYAH. At 115 feet, it was one of the most elegant and showiest vessels of the ...
      The yacht DUNGENESS was constructed in Maryland and delivered in 1894 as ...
  • FLORENCE M
        The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
      The small ferry FLORENCE M. at an unknown location.
  • Dredge DEFIANCE in Thunder Bay River
        Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the Thunder Bay River in Alpena, Michigan. Herman A. and Charles H. Greiling became partners in 1894.
      Greiling Brothers Company of Green Bay Wisconsin dredge DEFIANCE working in the ...
  • ALVINA (1901, Yacht)
        Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 Philadelphia. 1907 New York City. 1909 Duluth, Thomas F. Cole. 1917 Went to Belgium to assist with relief work 1916.; Original Owner: Alex S. Cochrane
      Official No.: 107623; Dimensions (LBD): 180.9' x 26' x 16.9' ; 1903 ...
  • ETHEL S. (Fish Tug)
        Original Owner: Frank M. Stabel
      Original Owner: Frank M. Stabel
  • IROQUOIS (1901, Ferry)
        Other Names: ALASKA SHELL; Official No.: 100730; Final Date: 15 Apr 1984; Dimensions (LBD): 214' x 34.4' x 21.2' ; 1901 Built for Arnold Transit Co, passenger service Mackinac Island - Sault Ste. Marie, MI. 1903 Chartered to W. H. Singer, ran Duluth - Isle Royale. 1906 Chartered to Dunkly-Williams, ...
      Other Names: ALASKA SHELL; Official No.: 100730; Final Date: 15 Apr 1984; ...
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