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|Frank Behrends on Jun 17, 2009 18:38 (9 years ago)|
thanks for postin this rare picture, some info from:
A four-masted steel ship built in 1892 by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast. Dimensions: 86,71×12,80×7,41 meters [284'6"×42'0"×24'4"] and tonnage: 2301 GRT and 2133 NRT.
Rigged with royal sails over double top and topgallant sails. There was no royal sail on the jigger mast.
Launched at the shipyard of Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast, for Galbraith & Moorhead, London. Captain W. Latta.
Sold to Galbraight, Hill & Co., London.
Sold to G. Duncan & Co., London. Reduced to barque-rig.
Sold to Cook & Dundas, London, for £ 4000.
Sold to Taltal Shipping Co. (Cherey, Eggar & Forrester), London.
Sold to Hudson Bay Co., London.
Sold to Government Baltic Shipping Co., Leningrad, and was renamed Tovaritsch. Used as a sail-training ship under command of Captain E. Freimann.
Sold to Sovtorgflot, Archangelsk.
Collided with the Italian steamer Alcantara in the English Channel.
Sunk by German airplanes to blockade the entrance to the harbour of Mariupol.
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