ss LOMBARDY
built by William Denny & Brothers Dumbarton,
Yard No 163
Engines by Denny & Co, Dumbarton
Last Name: JUBEDU (1893)
Port of Registry: Glasgow
Propulsion: Two cylinder compound inverted steam engine, 50" & 86" x 54", 1713ihp, single screw, 12 knots
Launched: Wednesday, 12/03/1873
Built: 1873
Ship Type: Passenger Liner
Ship's Role: UK/India and India/Far East services
Tonnage: 2723 gross; 1726 net
Length: 351ft 6in
Breadth: 38ft 4in
Draught: 21ft
Owner History:
Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company
Status: Scrapped - 1896, Bombay

Remarks:
18/03/1872: Ordered, one of three sisters ships (VENETIA [Denny 162], LOMBARDY and GWALIOR [Denny 164]), although a fourth (NIZAM [Denny 165]) was ordered shortly afterwards.
12/03/1873: Launched for The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Compnay, London.
01/05/1873: Registered at London.
08/05/1873: Left Dumbarton for trials.
22/05/1873: Commenced maiden voyage Southampton/Bombay.
05/11/1875: Re~registered at Glasgow.
09/1881~05/1882: Refitted and reboilered at London.
07/1893: Sold to Hajee Cassum Joosub of Bombay for 5,683 and renamed JUBEDU.
07/1896: Sold to Indian shipbreakers at Bombay.

Previous update by Paul Strathdee and Bruce Biddulph.

Last updated: by John Newth from the original records by Stuart Cameron




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