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Name: LIZZIE & ANNIE
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 26/06/1877
Completed: 1877
Builder: John Softley & Sons
Yard: South Shields
Yard Number: 124
Dimensions: 99grt, 63nrt, 90.1 x 19.1 x 8.3ft; (1913: 119grt, 65nrt)
Engines: I2cyl (12 & 12 x 16ins), 25nhp;
(1905: Oil engine, 2SCSA, 2cyl (18.3125 x 13.75), 27nhp);
(1913: 110nhp);
(1931: Oil engine, 2SCSA, 2cyl (9.875 x 13.0ins), 34rhp);
(1934: Oil engine, 2SCSA, 2cyl (12.625 x 14.563ins), 56rhp)
Engines by: Pattison & Atkinson, Newcastle;
(1905: Plenty & Sons Ltd, Newbury);
(1913: Unknown);
(1931: Svenska Maskinverken Nya AB, Sodertalje);
(1934: Skandia-Verken A/B, Lysekil)
Propulsion: 1 x Screw; (1905: Sail); (1915: 1 x Screw)
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 76519
History:
1877 Thomas H Williams & Co, Liverpool; registered at Liverpool
1880 Boston & London Steamship Co Ltd; registered at Boston
1900 George F Birch, Spalding; registered at Hull
1928 BW Steamship Tug & Lighter Co Ltd, Hull
19XX Joseph Rank Ltd
1959 Yorkshire Hennebique Contracting Co Ltd
1962 Earnbank Sand & Gravel, Perth
09/1969 Broken up
Comments: 1905: Converted into a sailing Ketch with an auxiliary motor
1913: Converted to a motor vessel
1962: Converted to a sand dredger
09/1969: Arrived at Inverkeithing for breaking up by TW Ward Ltd


Above photo of LIZZIE & ANNIE at Lynn in 1956 is courtesy of Nigel Haverly

Above postcard is courtesy of Graham Atkinson

Above postcard detail is courtesy of Graham Atkinson

Above photo is courtesy of Mike Ridgard