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Built by:Green, Wigram's & Green, at Blackwall.
Yard No.228
Launched:10th November 1836
Tonnage:160 60/100
Length:102 feet
Breadth:21 feet
Depth:3' 11"
Machinery:Two 40-horse power engines. Disconnecting beam engine by Stewart, London. Tubular boilers. Bunkers 25 tons. Speed 10 knots.
Built of:Wood.
Type:Paddle-wheel tug.
Off. Number:9078
Built for:Symington Patent Paddle Steam-Towing Company.
Other info:Callsign KFTD
History:1839. Owners restyled to The Shipowners Towing Co. Ltd., London.
24th April 1842. Refloated troopship ‘Beulah’, aground in East Bay, Dungeness.
1857. Company ceased trading.
1876. Owner R. Connon, Shields.

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