|Builder/Built||1896 Harland & Wolff, Belfast|
Run by the "White Star-Dominion Line" which did not actually exist. This was the title given to a passenger service operated jointly by the White Star Line and the Dominion Line, both of which were part of J.P. Morgan's International Mercantile Marine. This service operated from 1908 until 1926, although the Dominion Line effectively ceased to exist in 1921, when ownership of all of its ships was transferred to IMM's Leyland Line. In 1926, when the last of Dominion's fleet was scrapped, this service was renamed the White Star Line Canadian Service.
During the Boer War (1899-1902) she served as a troop transport, but otherwise she served Canada during the summers and Boston in winter.
In August 1914, while in Canada, she was taken over and used to transport troops to England. Upon her arrival there, she was used as an accommodation ship for German prisoners for the rest of the year. From 1915 until the end of World War I, she was used as a transport ship.
Her first voyage after the war was from Liverpool to Portland, Maine, in November 1918. Although she was transferred to Leyland Line ownership in 1921, she retained her name and continued to carry Dominion's livery. She remained in service until August 1926, when she made her final voyage on the same route as her maiden voyage. She was scrapped in Italy.
Sources: Haws' Merchant Fleets in Profile; Bonsor's North Atlantic Seaway.
Alexandria to Marseilles 1 - 7 June 1916
Disembarkation occurred on 9 Jun 1916
- Leith John Newton Angelo
- Henry Bolton
- George Chistopher Dalziell DCM
- John Edwin Ffoulkes DCM
- Leslie James Godfrey
- Matthew Harwood
- George William Liddington
- Angus Lindt
- Ernest Edward Lockhart
- Harold V Marshall
- Victor Henry Marshall
- George Henry Martin MM MID
- John Donald Stalker
- John Francis Ullyott
- Lawrence Hamill White MM
- David Dickson Waddell