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DOUGLAS - 1881
Code letters: TQFK Official Number: 43732
Master: Captain J.H. Palmer
Rigging: iron single screw steamer; 1 deck; 2 tiers of beams; 4 cemented bulkheads
Tonnage: 768 tons gross, 741 under deck and 481 net
Dimensions: 210 feet long, 29 foot beam and holds 17.2 feet deep; Raised Quarter Deck 30 feet;
Forecastle 20 feet; Bridge Deck 7 feet
Construction: 1861, Marshall Bros. in Shields
Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 26 & 48 inches diameter respectively;
stroke 30 inches; 99 horsepower; new engine & boilers in 1879;
engine by G.F. Pattison & Co. in Newcastle
Owners: H.T. Morton
Port of registry: Sunderland

 

 

 

 

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