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Built by:Wilton.
Yard No.:
Length:159 feet 2 inches
Breadth:23 feet 5 inches
Depth:12 feet
Machinery:200 hp
Built of:Iron.
Type:Screw Steamer.
Registered:11th September 1850 at London by W. S. aNDREWS.
Official No.:39836
Other info:Laid down by Captain Andrews, the harbour-master at Lowestoft, and managing director of the new company.
History:30th March 1851. Sailed from Lowestoft, Captain Hart, on an experimental trip to Hjerting, Denmark, prior to the New Northern Steam Packet Company commencing active operations.
28th May 1851. Registered by The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company.
1st January 1857. Arrived at Lowestoft, Captain W. Bonarius, from Hull for the purpose of undergoing repairs at the company’s factory.

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