Another source gives hull # 267.
1892 Owned Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co., Ltd., Montreal, QUE; C101254; St. Lawrence River rapids route.
1892, Aug Aground on island in Cedar Rapids, St. Lawrence River.
1901 Rebuilt at Sorel, QUE; 944 gross /597 net tons.
1905 Renamed BROCKVILLE.
1909 Rebuilt at SOREL, QUE; 194.4' x 35.5' x 8.8'; 1307 (or 1607) gross / 770 net tons; renamed RAPIDS QUEEN, registered Montreal, QUE.
1913 R&O absorbed by Canada Transpotation Co. Ltd., soon renamed Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd.
1930 Owned John E. Russell, Toronto, ONT.
1930 Owned Sincennes McNaughton Tugs, Ltd. (Sin-Mac Lines, Ltd), Montreal, QUE.
1936 - 37 Chartered to Doctor Locke's Clinic, taken to Morrisburg, ONT as a hotel for the clinic's patients.
1937 Laid away in the "boneyard" at Portsmouth (Kingston), ONT.
1938 Sold to Canadian Dredge & Dock Co., Ltd.; converted to an oil bunkering barge; renamed C.D. 110, 412 gross / 412 net tons; used in the construction of the St.Lawrence Seaway (completed 1959).
1960 Laid up at Kingston, ONT.
1978 Sold to Queen City Yacht Club, Toronto, ONT, for use as a breakwater, Ward's Island, Toronto harbor.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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