SS Marloch Passenger Lists 1924
SS Marloch (1904) of the Canadian Pacific Line, Ex-Victorian (Allan Line). Pages Magazine, October 1904. GGA Image ID # 1d22491c53
Marloch (1904) Canadian Pacific Line.
Built by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast, Ireland. Tonnage: 10,687. Dimensions: 517' x 60' (540' o.l.). Triple-screw, 15 knots. Steam turbines. Two masts and one funnel. New steam turbines in 1922. Passengers: 418 cabin and 566 third class. First Atlantic voyage as Marloch, December 20, 1922. Broken up for scrap in 1930. Ex-Victorian (1922).
All Digitized Passenger Lists For the SS Marloch Available at the GG Archives. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route.
- Steamship Line: Canadian Pacific (CPOS)
- Class of Passengers: Cabin
- Date of Departure: 23 May 1924
- Route: Glasgow to Quebec and Montreal via Belfast
- Commander: Captain G. Hamilton
Passenger Lists contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenir list provided to the passengers of each cabin class (and other classes). Many of these souvenir passenger lists have disappeared over the years. Our collection contains a sampling of what was originally produced and printed by the steamship lines.
Victorian, (Turbine Engines, Triple Screws) 12,000 Tons
Plan of Second Cabin - Triple Screw Turbine Steamer "Victorian," 12,000 Tons. GGA Image ID # 113e8e8cef
Saloon Deck (Top Left): Second Class Smoke Room
Bridge Deck (Top Center): Second Class Music Room, Staterooms 1-5 and 33-37, Baths
Saloon Deck (Top Right): Second Class Dining Saloon
Main Deck (Bottom): Aft - Staterooms 93-167 (Partial), Ladies Lavatory and Baths, Gents Lavatory, Pantry; Midship - Engineers Quarters, ents Lavatory and Baths, Barber Shop; Forward - First Class Staterooms.
- Propulsion: Steel Triple Screw Turbine
- Built: 1905 by Workman Clark, Belfast
- Listed Tonnage: 10,635
- Notes: First turbine liner on North Atlantic
- 1914: Became armed merchant cruiser
- 1917: Taken over by CPOS
- 1922: Renamed Marloch and fitted with geared turbines
- 1929: Scrapped