SS Princess Victoria (ship)

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SS Princess Victoria (ship)

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1903 - 1953


Steel, twin screw, 1,943 tons gross, passenger steamer operated by Canadian Pacific Railway. She was sold in 1951 and her hull converted to hog (wood chip) carrier. In 1953, she struck rock in Welcome Pass north of Vancouver and foundered. Princess Victoria was the first new ship built for the Canadian Pacific British Columbia Coast Steamship Service and, like almost all of the others, was built in Scotland.


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