Built 1879
Tonnages  633 grt, 405 nrt
Dimensions 176.4 x 30.0 x 13.4 ft (1885 lengthened to 207.7 ft)
Shipbuilder (yard number) Short Brothers, Sunderland (101)
Engine builder G. V. Pattison & Co., Newcastle
Engine C2cyl (26, 48 x 30in), 90rhp
O.N. 67830
Owners 1879 Goole Steam Shipping Co. Ltd., Goole

1905 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company, Goole

  1909 Ouse S.S. Co. (E. P. Atkinson & Sons), Goole
Fate 16/10/1912 beached after a collision with Danish s.s. VIKING near Zouteland in the Schelde, on passage Terneuzen for Goole in ballast


From the collections of Charlie Hill (above) and of Stan Threadgould (below)

Here is her wreck, being closely guarded by the local policeman

Photo from diver Stefan Panis who has been on the wreck with his colleague Patrick Sloot,

thanks to Patrick for these interesting photos of recovered items


Mast Lamp

Port Holes

Head of Steering Column


Plate of Goole S.S. Company

G.S.S. Crest

Plate - Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company

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