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  • GATINEAU (1873, Steambarge)
        Official No.: 94623; Final Date: 1912; Dimensions (LBD): 107' x 23' x 5' 5" ; 1873, Jun 23 Admeasured 102.5' X 22.6' X 6', 121 1524/3500 tons, 85 regidter tons, "steambarge". 1873, Jul 7 Registered at Kingston, ONT. 1877 Owned George A. Harris, Kingston. 1888 Renamed HARRY BATE; rebuilt, 108' ...
      Official No.: 94623; Final Date: 1912; Dimensions (LBD): 107' x 23' x ...
  • GATINEAU (1873, Tug (Towboat))
        Other Names: PAUL SMITH;VALLEYFIELD; Official No.: 69595; Dimensions (LBD): 118' x 23' x 7' ; 1898 Owned Adirondock & St. Lawrence Rapid Transit Line; 118.2' X 23.4' X 6.8', 293 gross / 161 net tons; renamed PAUL SMITH. 1901 Rebuilt at Montreal, QUE. 1902 Renamed VALLEYFIELD; owned E. Robineault, Valleyfield, ...
      Other Names: PAUL SMITH;VALLEYFIELD; Official No.: 69595; Dimensions (LBD): 118' x 23' ...
  • RAFTSMAN (1855, Steamer)
        Other Names: GAZELLE;RAFTSMAN;GAZELLE;RAFTSMAN;GATINEAU; Official No.: 33185; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 23' x 7' ; 1863 Renamed GAZELLE, 135 ton ferry boat; owned T.M. Kinghorn, Kingston, Ontario 1864 Owned G.M. Kinghorn, Kingston 1866 Owned Kinghorn & Hinkley, Kingston, 143 ton ferry 1869 Renamed RAFTSMAN, 94 tons 1870 Renamed GAZELLE, 94 gross ...
      Other Names: GAZELLE;RAFTSMAN;GAZELLE;RAFTSMAN;GATINEAU; Official No.: 33185; Dimensions (LBD): 101' x 23' x ...
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