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Name: DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND
Type: Passenger Ship
Launched: 12/06/1869
Completed: 1869
Builder: Andrew Leslie & Co
Yard: Hebburn
Yard Number: 102
Dimensions: 908grt, 447nrt, 251.0 x 30.1 x 14.3ft
Engines: 2cyl (63 & 63 x 72ins), 270nhp; (1888: 2 x T3cyl (16.5, 26 & 41 x 30ins), 184nhp)
Engines by: R Stephenson & Co, Newcastle; (1888: Laird Brothers, Birkenhead)
Propulsion: Paddle; (1888: 2 x Screws)
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 60975
History:
1869 London & North Western Railway Company, London
10/1908 Broken up
Comments: Built for the Holyhead to Dublin service.
1875: Collided with & sank ps EDITH at Holyhead
1888: Converted to twin-screw cattle carrier by Laird Bros and reduced to single funnel
10/1908: Broken up