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- The passenger steamship City of Seattle, built at Philadelphia under orders from D. B. Jackson, for for the Puget Sound & Alaska Steamship Co. Completed in May 1890, at a cost of $225,000.
- Length: 74.5 m
- Beam: 12.2 m
- Draught: 4.6 m
- GRT: 1,957 tons,
- NET: 912
- Main engine: Triple expansion engine, 2,500 horse power
- 1894 Out of service until the beginning of the gold rush, too expensive to operate.
- 1937 Towed from New York to the wrecking yard at Philadelphia.