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SS Tunisian

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1900 Built for the Allan Line to carry passengers and cargo on their original Glasgow-Montreal route. She was the first ship built at Linthouse by Alexander Stephen and Sons to the rules of the British Corporation for the Survey and Registry of Shipping.

500 ft. long and 10,756 gross tons. She had twin-screw triple-expansion engines of 7,900 I.H.P.

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