Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 116235
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 260.00
Width 39.16
Depth 21.50
Gross Tonnage 2015.00
Net Tonnage 1595.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00002

Vessel History

Rebuilds Canadian measures, 1941 (268 x 38.25 x 21.5; 2025 gross - 1466 registered).
History As SCRANTON: Collided with barge S.O. CO. NO. 86, in Portage River, MI, Lake Superior, July 31, 1908. Loss estimated at $1,800.Stranded on rocky shoal near Pointe Isabelle, Lake Superior, in dense smoke, October 22, 1908. Loss estimated at $15,000.
Disposition Arrived at Kam River, Fort William, Ont., August 16, 1957, for scrapping. Resold and burned prior to scrapping, August 5, 1958, at Fraser Shipyard, Superior, WI.

Build Information

Builder Cleveland Ship Building Co.
Place Built Cleveland, OH
Date Built 1888-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
Lackawanna Transportation Co.1888-00-001900-00-00U.S.116235
Lackawanna Transportation Co.1900-00-001907-00-00U.S.116235
Buffalo Transit Co.1907-00-001912-00-00U.S.116235
S.C. McLouth1912-00-001925-00-00U.S.116235
William H. Sharp1925-00-001926-00-00U.S.116235
Charles S. Neff1926-00-001927-00-00U.S.116235
Ten Steamship Corp. (Minnesota-Atlantic Steamship Co., Mgrs.)1927-00-001935-00-00U.S.116235
Terminals & Transportation Corp.1935-00-001941-00-00U.S.116235
Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd.1941-00-001941-00-00CANADA173515
Powell Transports, Ltd.1941-00-001957-00-00CANADA173515