|Photographer:||Rudi Rabe [View profile]||Title:||PRESCOTONT & LANSDOWNE||Added:||Oct 03, 2005|
||Tugs with Tow|
|At Windsor Ontario 1970/s
Tug Prescotont built in 1930 at Davie Shipbuilding,Lauzon, PQ for the Canadian Pacific Car & Passenger Transfer, Ltd. Was built in irder to move barges/railway floats between Ogdensburg, NY and Prescott,Ont
110.16 x 28.33
Propulsion plant when built two Model 6-174 4 cycle Winton airless injection diesel engines connected directly to the main and auxiliary generators, each engine having six cylinders 15 inch bore by 22 inch stroke,developing 500 brake horsepower each.
Lansdowne, built 1n 1884 by Wyandotte Shipbuilding, Wyandotte, Mi as a carry ferry for the Grand Trunk Railway.
294 x 41.3 x 13 GT 1571 t.
Engine Type: Horizontal, simple
Bore 50 in.
Stroke 108 in.
Engines removed 1970