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Name: DINNINGTON
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 07/1873
Completed: 10/1873
Builder: Coulson, Cooke & Co
Yard: St Peter's
Yard Number: 5
Dimensions: 374grt, 236nrt, 159 x 21.4 X 12.2ft
Engines: C2cyl (18.5, 36 x 24ins), 50hp
Engines by: Pattison & Atkinson, Newcastle
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 67380
History:
1873 Humble & Thompson, Newcastle
1874 Yorkshire Coal & Steamship Co Ltd, Goole
1895 Goole Steam Shipping Co Ltd, Goole
1901 Cuthbert Wilkinson, Sunderland
16/02/1906 Wrecked
Comments: 21/03/1901: Ran over the submerged end of Portland Breakwater
On passage from Plymouth for Goole
Beached to prevent sinking
05/05/1901: Refloated and repaired.
16/02/1906: Wrecked at Switha near Longhope
On a voyage from St Davids to Stornoway with a cargo of coal


Above photo courtesy of the Charlie Hill Collection

DINNINGTON at Dunkirk in the period 1901-1906. Photo courtesy of Richard Cox

Above photo courtesy of Richard Cox

Details of the loss of the DINNINGTON