|Builder||GOOLE SHIPBUILDING & REPAIRING CO. LTD.|
|At||GOOLE (Dutch River)|
|Launch date||First quarter 1915|
1920 ICHABOE, Bell Bros., Middlesbrough then from 1923 Dorman Long, Middlesbrough under ON144937, converted as a tar carrier running between Clarence Wharf and Eston Jetties. She was machine-gunned and sunk in the River Tees by a German aircraft in 1942. Raised and sold at some time (1949?) to D.Cook and used in the gravel trade on the Humber/Trent. A bulkhead light from her is in the Zetland Lifeboat Museum at Redcar.
|Fate||Broken up in the late 1960's|
AS.24 as ICHABOE entering the River Hull
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