To Furness, Withy & Co..

The Bermudian (5,530 grt, 435 ft. long) began her life with Quebec Steamship Co. in January 1905.
She was renamed Fort Hamilton when Furness, Withy & Co. bought the line after WW1.
She was sold for eastern Mediterranean service to Cosulich Line of Italy in 1926, being renamed Stella d'Italia.
After a short spell with Lloyd Triestino 1932-33 she was broken up.

See this page for interior views and this page for another photo of her.

You may use my images on another website.
Then please credit them as being from the collection of Björn Larsson,
and preferably provide a link to my Introduction page.
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This page last updated October 18, 2006.