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Name: JUMNA
Type: Troopship
Launched: 24/09/1866
Completed: 1866
Builder: Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co
Yard: Jarrow
Yard Number: 190
Dimensions: 6211disp, 360.0 x 49.1 x 22.3ft
Engines: 3 x 1cyl, 4894ihp; (1873: C2cyl, 3044ihp)
Engines by: Maudslay, Sons & Field, London; (1873: Portsmouth Dockyard)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, 14.0knots. Also rigged as a barque
Construction: Iron
Armament: 3 x 1 x 4pdr guns
History:
1866 British Royal Navy
1893 Renamed C110
07/1922 Renamed OCEANIC
07/1922 AJ Hellyer
No later history known
Comments: A member of the Euphrates Class of troopships
Jointly funded by the British Admiralty & the Indian Government
1873: Engine compounded
1893: Converted to a coal hulk
07/1922: Probably sold for breaking up


Above photo is copyright of The Illustrated London News

Above photo is copyright of South Tyneside Council

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Newcastle Courant, Friday, 28/09/1866