Cason J. Callaway 264349

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Title: Cason J. Callaway 264349
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Description: "Cason J. Callaway" was a steel-hulled propeller driven vessel of 11,591 gross ton. She was built by the Great Lakes Engineering Works of River Rouge, Michigan in 1952 for the Pittsburgh Steamship Company. The following year, she was purchased by U.S. Steel of Cleveland, Ohio. She collided with the "B.F. Jones" near Lime Island in the St. Mary's River in August 1955. The "Jones" sustained severe bow damage and was scrapped. In 1979, the "Callaway" experienced minor hull damage due to ice in Lake Superior. In 1982, she was converted to a self-unloader at Fraser shipyards.
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