Ralph Misener (Canada 328542)

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Title: Ralph Misener (Canada 328542)
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Description: This propeller was built in 1967 by Canadian Vickers, Montreal. She was owned by Scott Misener Steamships until 1991, when she was sold to Great Lakes Bulk Carriers. ULS Corporation then purchased her in 1994. Algoma Central Corporation is also listed as an owner as of 2011. In 1994, she became "Gordon C. Leitch." She was converted from a combination self-unloader/bulk carrier to a bulk carrier in 1977. As "Ralph Misener," she suffered serious fire damage to engine room during fit-out, Port Colborne, Ontario, April 3, 1969. She collided with vessel "Tatiana" at Lanoraie off the Tracey River near Sorel, P.Q., in the St. Lawrence River, December 5, 1975. She suffered damage to bucket unloader in a squall off Indiana Harbor, July 12, 1976. She suffered ice damage to her bow while leaving Quebec around March 25, 1980. There was an explosion in her engine room on August 20, 1980, that killed two people.
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