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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 postcard & detail courtesy of Graham Atkinson

Above photo courtesy of Mike Ridgard