Named for Bryn Mawr College, PA, part of "the College Class". Built for iron ore trade.
1900, Jun 12 Launched; home port Duluth, MN.
1901 Owned new Pittsburgh Steamship Co. (J. P. Morgan), Cleveland, OH.
1921 Rebuilt & remeasured at Chicago, IL; 3,854 gross / 3,412 net tons; 400 x 50 x 27.
1940, May Owned Upper Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co., Ltd., Toronto, ONT; renamed BRYN BARGE; C172359; 400 x 50.2 x 23.5; 4,214 gross / 3,963 net tons; grain trade.
1959 Owner reorganized as Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd., Toronto; refitted at Pt. Colbourne, ONT.
1962, Fall Last operated.
1963 Permanent lay-up as grain storage barge at Goderich, ONT.
1968, Fall Sunk as part of breakwater.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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