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Name: TRIUMPH
Type: Battleship
Keel: 31/08/1868
Launched: 27/09/1870
Completed: 08/04/1873
Builder: Palmers' Shipbuilding & Iron Co
Yard: Jarrow
Yard Number: 241
Dimensions: 6640disp, 280.0 x 55.0 x 26.0(draft)ft
Engines: 2cyl, 4890ihp; also rigged as a Ship
Engines by: Maudslay & Co, London
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, 14.0knots; also sails
Construction: Iron
Armament: 10 x 1 x 9.0ins, 4 x 1 x 6ins, 6 x 1 x 20pdr guns
History:
08/04/1873 British Royal Navy
04/1904 Renamed TENEDOS
1912 Renamed INDUS IV
01/1915 Renamed ALGIERS
07/01/1921 Broken up
Comments: The last British battleship to be fitted with a hoisting screw
1900: Disarmed & used as a depot ship at Plymouth
1903: Engines removed & used as a training ship; renamed TENEDOS
1905: Used as a tender to WARRIOR
1910: Used as a training ship at Devonport; renamed INDUS IV
1914: Floating store at Invergordon; renamed ALGIERS
07/01/1921: Sold to Fryer for breaking up at Sunderland


Above photo is courtesy of Photoship

Above photo is courtesy of Kevin Blair

Above photo as TENEDOS is copyright of the Imperial War Museum