Category:Ships named Pere Marquette

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The Pere Marquette Railway named many of its ship and ferries Pere Marquette using numbers to differentiate between them as many were in operation at the same time. The sequence of numbers continued even with ships of other names.

  • Flint and Pere Marquette No.1 (F&PM No.1), (built 1883), break bulk ship
  • F&PM No. 2, later Pere Marquette 2, (built 1883), break bulk ship
  • F&PM No. 3, later Pere Marquette 3, (1887), break bulk ship
  • F&PM No. 4, later Pere Marquette 4, (1888), break bulk ship
  • F&PM No. 5, later Pere Marquette 5, (1890), break bulk ship
  • Pere Marquette 6, originally Mark B. Covell, (1888), break bulk ship
  • Pere Marquette 7, originally Chequamegon, then Robert C. Pringle, (1903), passenger ferry
  • Pere Marquette 8, originally H.W. Williams then Tennessee, (1888), break bulk ship
  • Pere Marquette 10, (1945), river rail ferry
  • Pere Marquette 12, (1927), river rail ferry, later became St. Clair
  • Pere Marquette 14, (1904), river rail ferry
  • Pere Marquette 15, originally simply called Pere Marquette, (1897), first steel hull ferry on Lake Michigan
  • Pere Marquette 16, originally Shenango No. 2, then Muskegon, (1895)
  • Pere Marquette 17, (1901), later became City of Petoskey
  • Pere Marquette 18, (1902), sank with loss of 29 lives in 1910
  • Pere Marquette 18, (1911), built as replacement for original PM 18
  • Pere Marquette 19, (1903), later became Hilda
  • Pere Marquette 20, (1903), later became City of Munising
  • Pere Marquette 21, (1924), later became Consolidator
  • Pere Marquette 22, (1924), later became Pegasus
  • Pere Marquette 41, originally City of Midland 41 (1941)

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.