|Tonnages||931 grt, 413 nrt|
|Dimensions||247.4 x 32.4 x 11.4 ft|
|Shipbuilder (yard number)||Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering, Hull (311)|
|Engine builder||Earle's Shipbuilding & Engineering, Hull|
|Engine||T3cyl (24, 39, 64 x 33in), 258nhp|
|Owners||1888 Co-operative Wholesale Society, Goole|
|1906 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company, Goole|
08/1914 detained at Hamburg, served as a German Army Transport disguised as OLAF, ADOLPH ARDESSEN and MIRA
|02/1918 returned to owners|
|1920 survived a wrecking on Alderney, see note below|
|1922 London & North-Western Railway Company, Goole|
|1923 London, Midland & Scottish Railway Company, Goole|
|Fate||12/1931 broken up at Grangemouth|
Survived a wrecking on Alderney in 1920, further details .....
"27 May 1920 steamer EQUITY of
Goole, Jersey for Hull with cargo of potatoes, went ashore on south side of
Essex Hill Signal Station. Submerged from break of focsl aft and cargo washing
out - feared to be total loss.
31 May salvage steamer RANGER arrived. Potato cargo totally ruined and lost.
15 June EQUITY refloated by salvage steamer RANGER and towed into Alderney harbour following day
19 June towed to Southampton."
below, from collection of Stan Threadgould
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