Ned Hanlan (tugboat)

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By kjfitz @ 2009-10-07 11:29:58
The Ned Hanlan is a steam-powered tugboat that spent her career in Toronto, Ontario. She displaces approximately 200 tons, and is currently mounted beside a former nautical museum housed in the old Stanley Barracks on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto.

The Ned Hanlan is in reasonably good shape, with little rust, and a slight dent in her port gunwale just fore of the wheelhouse. The screw and rudder have been removed.

The tugboat is named after Ned Hanlan, a 19th century Toronto resident, and world champion rower.
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