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Glenelg (1964/07)
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Glenelg (1964/08)
  IMO: 5131957  
Details/Construction
Builder:Midland ShipbuildingLocation:Midland, OntarioHull #:11
Keel Layed:Launched:1923/05/12Commissioned:1923/06
Propulsion
As builtType:1 Triple expansion steam engineOutput:800 IHP - 10 Knots
Manufacturer:
Dimensions
As builtLength:78.9 m (259.0 ft)Gross Tonnage:2099
Breadth:13.1 m (43.1 ft)Net Tonnage:1200
Depth:7.1 m (23.3 ft)Dead Weight:
Year: 1955Length:78.9 m (259.0 ft)Gross Tonnage:2309
Breadth:13.1 m (43.1 ft)Net Tonnage:1373
Depth:7.1 m (23.3 ft)Dead Weight:
Change Description:Converted from self-unloading bulk freighter to a bulk freighter by Kingston Shipyard (Kingston, Ontario).
Year: 1958Length:259.0 ftGross Tonnage:2309
Breadth:43.1 ftNet Tonnage:1373
Depth:23.3 ftDead Weight:
Change Description:Converted to a self-unloading cement carrier by Kingston Shipyard (Kingston, Ontario).
Owner HistoryFleet History
OwnerManagerFromUntil
Great Lakes Transportation CompanyJames Playfair1923/061926/10
Canada Steamship Lines1926/03/111965
Steel Company of Canada (STELCO)1965Scrapped
FleetFromUntil
Great Lakes Transportation Company - Midland, Ontario1923/061926/03
Canada Steamship Lines - Canada1926/03
Name HistoryRegistration History
NameCall SignUntil
Glenelg
NumberPortFromUntil
150237 Midland, Ontario, Canada 1923 1926
150237 Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1926 1966
Disposition
Description/LocationScrapped at Hamilton, Ontario by the Steel Company of Canada (STELCO).
Arrival at Yard1966/06/16Beached:Work Began:
LostDate:

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