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City of Sacramento

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Registry #1 195485 Registry #2 107848 (US) Registry #3
Name 1 1903 Lady Grace (I) Name 5 1961 Langdale Queen
Name 2 1917 Asbury Park Name 6
Name 3 1918 City of Sacramento Name 7
Name 4 1941 Kahloke (I) Name 8
Year Built 1903 Place Philadelphia Area PA Country USA
Designer (nk) Measurement (imp) 299.7' x 57.4' x 14.9'
Builder W. Cramp & Sons S. & E. Company Measurement (metric) 91.3m x 17.5m x 4.5m
Hull Steel Displacement
Gross Tonnage 3911 Type 1 Ferry, Passenger/car
Registered Tonnage 2525 Type 2 Barge
Engine 6560hp engine (1958c) Engine Manufacture General Motors Corporation, Detroit MI USA
Repower Propulsion Screw
Rebuilds In 1953 she was rebuilt at Esquimalt BC. In 1988 her superstructure was removed and she was converted to a barge. Call Sign
Pendant  # Masters
In 1903-1918 she was owned by the Jersey Central Railroad . In 1917-1918 she was owned by the Monticello Steamship Co. In 1918-1927 she was owned by Golden Gate Ferry Co. and later converted to an automobile ferry, n 1927-1941 she was owned by the Southern Pacific Railroad. She was owned by Washington State Ferries. In 1941-1952 she was owned by the Puget Sound Navigation Company. In 1951-1961 she was owned by Black Ball Ferries Ltd., Victoria BC. In 1961 she was owned by British Columbia Ferry Corporation, Victoria BC. In 1977 she was owned by Minister of Transport & Communications, Victoria BC. In 1977 she was retired. In 1980 she was owned by Coal Harbour Maritime Leasing Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1986 she was owned by Algoma Industries & Resources Ltd., Vancouver BC. In 1989 she was owned by Goodwin Johnson Ltd., North Burnaby BC. In 2004 she was owned by Elyne L. Johnson, Vancouver BC.
Fate Registry closed Date
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Significance of Name
She was abandoned around 2004 and sank in the winter of 2008. She was salvaged in 2009. She was eventually broken up.
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