1883, Jun 15 Broken down, Sault Ste. Marie, MI; towed to Sarnia by UNITED EMPIRE.
1883, Nov 14 Ashore & wrecked Chantry Island, ONT, Lake Huron.
1884, May 30 Wreck recovered by tug CHARLTON, towed to Detroit, laid up.
1887, May 6 Owned C. G. Lincoln, Chicago.
1888 Owned Canada Lake Superior Transit Co. Ltd., Toronto & Collingwood, ONT.
1888, Apr 6 Rebuilt; 980 gross/574 net tons; renamed CARMONA; C92653; later chartered by Canadian Pacific Railway, carried railroad supplies from Sarnia to Fort William; also operated between Windsor, Detroit & Soo.
1891 Ran excursion & ferry service out of Toronto to Lorne Park & Grinisby, ONT.
1892-1893 Ran Toronto to Rochester, NY with occasional trips to Thousand Islands, ONT.
1895 Owned Brown & Co., St. Catherines, ONT, operated under Georgian Bay Navigation Co. Ltd.
1897 Dry dock, Collingwood.
1899 Collided with steamer SHENANDOAH.
1900, Jun 8 Rebuilt & lengthened, Collingwood 221 x 28 x 12'; 1,348.72 gross/882.20 net tons; renamed PITTSBURGH.
1902 Rebuilt upperworks, new stack.
1902, Sep General trade between Owen Sound, ONT & Sault Ste. Marie.