Name AS.24
Type Lighter
Year 1915
GRT 135
Engines Steam (aft)
Builder GOOLE SHIPBUILDING & REPAIRING CO. LTD.
At GOOLE (Dutch River)
Launch date First quarter 1915
Yard number 184
Owners War Office
History

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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