|M.V. Jervis Queen|
|Previous Name||Bainbridge (1928-61)|
|Place Built||Houghton, Washington|
|Year Retired from BC Ferries||1966|
I have been told that the Bainbridge also operated between Bowen Island and Horseshoe Bay during the late Black Ball years. (Thanks to John Clark for the info.)
Origin of the Names:
What happened to the Jervis Queen?
Works Cited & Sources:
Bannerman, Gary and Patricia. The Ships of British Columbia. Surrey: Hancock House Publishers, 1985.
Francis, Daniel, ed. Encyclopedia of British Columbia. Madeira Park: Harbour Publishing, 2000.
Griffiths, Garth, and H.L. Cadieux. Dogwood Fleet. Nanaimo: Cadieux and Griffiths, 1967.
Kline, M.S. and G.A. Bayless. Ferryboats - A Legend on Puget Sound. Seattle: Bayless Books, 1983.
Early Ships - by Kevin Stapleton - Photo of the Bainbridge and several other early BC Ferries.
The Forgotten Fleet - M/V Bainbridge - Several photos of the Bainbridge/Jervis Queen and Quillayute and a short history.
BC Archives Photograph (By Call Number)
I-29107 - Bainbridge at Gibsons (quite distant)
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