Mackinac Transportation Company

The Mackinac Transportation Company was a train ferry service that shuttled railroad cars across the Straits of Mackinac from 1882 until 1984. It was best known as the owner and operator, from 1911 until 1984, of the SS Chief Wawatam, an icebreaking train ferry.

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Mackinac Transportation Company - Fleet
... The Mackinac Trasportation Company began its operations in 1881-1882 with barges, but the non-icebreaking vessels could not operate successfully in the Strait of Mackinac in ... Ignace – built by the Detroit Dry Dock Company in 1888, 1199 tons, capacity 10 cars on 2 tracks. 1913 SS Sainte Marie (1893) – built by the Detroit Dry Dock Company in 1893, 1357 tons, capacity 18 cars on 3 tracks ...

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