|Builder||GOOLE SHIPBUILDING & REPAIRING CO. LTD.|
|At||GOOLE (Dutch River)|
|Owners||Westcombe Shipping Co. (Blackmore & Charlton), Newcastle|
Sold in 1911 and renamed COMPASS, owned by Compass S.S.Co. (H. H. Dommett) of Newcastle. Later sold in 1913 to Whitecroft S.S.Co. (H. Dingle) of Newcastle, in 1915 to Dale Coasters (Lythgoe, Amundsen) of Sunderland, in 1919 to J. Lythgoe & Co., in 1922 to Harry Parker (Grimsby) Ltd., and in 1923 to Service Navigation (J. R. Lay), Cardiff who renamed her ROSALIE in 1924. Sold in 1929 to East Coast Timber Co. (T. G. Irving) of Sunderland and in 1939 as MILTRAP of Icelandic Steam Nav. Co., Newcastle. Following a stranding at Fifeness on 17/3/1941, sold to British Iron & Steel Corp. (Salvage) of Newcastle and converted for salvage work. Later sold in 1950 to W. H. Arnott, Young & Co. of Newcastle.
|Fate||Broken up at Dublin where work began on 21 February 1951|
As LILIAN above ....
... and as ROSALIE at Dartmouth (top) and Great Yarmouth (bottom)
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