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Name: GALVESTON launched as GLENHOLME
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 26/08/1882
Completed: 1882
Builder: Campbell, MacIntosh & Bowstead
Yard: Scotswood
Yard Number: 5
Dimensions: 2002grt, 1301nrt, 277.0 x 37.6 x 23.2ft
Engines: C2cyl (32 & 60 x 45ins), 180nhp; (1904: C2cyl (29.25 & 54.25 x 39.5ins), 162nhp
Engines by: T Clark & Co, Newcastle; (1904: Forges & Chantiers de la Mediterranee, Marseilles)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 85018
History:
1882 Culliford & Clark, Sunderland
1893 JE Buhan père, fils et A Teisséire, Bordeaux; renamed GÉNÉRALE DODDS
1898 Pascal, Buhan et Cie, Bordeaux
1902 Maurel & Prom, Bordeaux
1929 L Bérengier & Giannoni, Marseille
1931 Broken up
Comments: 26/08/1882: Launched as GLENHOLME
25/08/1901: Stranded in River Sénégal, sold to Maurel & Prom
Subsequently refloated and repaired at La Seyne
1904: Re-engined by Forges & Chantiers de la Mediterranee
1931: Broken up