From The Story of Dartmouth, by John P. Martin:

Christmas sight of 1917 at north Dartmouth, looking down the harbour. This is the ill-starred “Imo”, flung somewhat parallel to the shore, with her starboard side canted towards Halifax. The stump of the smokestack is seen slanting up from the twisted mass admidships. Holes in the stem and stern, flooded the steamer to the water level.

Pinned on bottom under the “Imo’s” bow could be seen the remains of Walter Meredith’s 27-foot motor-cruiser. Tidal waves deluged all level lands to the left of the railway. “Imo” survivors afterwards declared that they were unaware of “Mont Blanc” cargo.