GORDON CAMPBELL. U.S. No. 85184

StrathmoreTwin Screw Wooden FreighterWest Shore Michipcoten Is Shafer Bay10′ to 30′47° 44.733′ N  
85° 57.128′ W

STEAMER BURNS ON LAKE SUPERIOR TRIP. 
Detroit, Nov. 15. — The Canadian steamer STRATHMORE was burned on November 8 at Michipicoten Island, Lake Superior. The crew was saved. 
      also 
Detroit, Nov. 15. — A Kingston dispatch says the steamer STRATHMORE was burned at Michipicoten on November 8, and the crew is afe. The wheat cargo consigned to Richardson of Kingston was consumed. It was insured. 
      Buffalo Evening News 
      November 15, 1906  

Propeller GORDON CAMPBELL. U.S. No. 85184. Of 996 tons gross; 209 tons net. Built at Detroit, Mich., 9/2/1871. Of 205.5 x 32.5 x 13.1 . Became Canadian STRATHMORE in 1906. Canadian Official No. 116813. DISPOSITION:– Stranded and burned, Michipicoten Island, Lake Superior, November 14, 1906 
      Detroit/Wyandotte Ship Hull List 
      Institute for Great Lakes research 
      Perrysburg, Ohio. 

Mills Listing

Strathmore (1871)

IDENTIFICATIONAlso known as:Gordon CampbellYear of Build:1871Official Number:116813CONSTRUCTION AND OWNERSHIPBuilt at:Detroit, MichiganPOWERPropulsion:ScrewDIMENSIONSTonnage (gross):1158FINAL DISPOSITIONFinal Location:Michipicoten, Ontario, CanadaHow:WreckedHISTORY

Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1906) as Gordon Campbell

206x33x12 Owned by C. Plunkett, Cobourg. Built by Detroit Drydock Co. 1871. Wrecked 14/11/06 Michipicoten Ont.

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