The S.S. Keewatin is the last Edwardian passenger steamship in the world. It has the world's last quadruple expansion steam engine, a vessel of international historical significance. For the last 45 years, she's been stored in Michigan, away from public view. On June 23 2012, she has arrived home to Georgian Bay in Port McNicoll, Canada. Moored in a new waterfront park, the Keewatin will provide the focal point for the area's renewal, amid 825 acres of land once owned by Canadian Pacific. Skyline will build a replica of the town's original train station to house Orillia's Ossawippi Express train cars that were slated for demolition. While conserving the Port's history, this new community will also encompass residential, retail and a connection to the region's trail system.