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Fernie - Sault Ste. Marie - 1950
More details and photos for: Fernie
Fleet:Canada Steamship Lines - CanadaIMO:5114208 
Owner: Category:Canaller (Pre-Seaway)
Manager: Port/Flag:Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Dimensions:Length (oa): 78.9 m (258.75 ft) Length (lbp): 76.2 m (250.0 ft) Beam: 13.0 m (42.75 ft) Depth: 8.1 m (26.5 ft)Call Sign:CYKD
Built:Midland Shipbuilding Company, Midland, Ontario - Entered service in 1929
Disposition:Scrapped at Hamilton, Ontario by Steele Corporation of Canada.
Arrived at yard in 1964/06.

Photographer:Gordon Macaulay - Wiarton, Ontario, CanadaCollection:Late Gordon Macaulay Collection (1918-1994) (Wiarton, Ontario, Canada)
Uploaded:2023-04-13 4:39 PM by Ron Beaupre


Apr 13, 2023
4:44 PM
FERNIE was built at Midland in 1929. Her boilers and engine were built at Port Arthur for the steamer GLENAFTON in 1921, which was wrecked as LAMBTON in Lake Superior in December, 1927. LAMBTON was salvaged, but never operated again as a steamship, losing her engines and boilers to the new FERNIE.
Posted by: Ron Beaupre