ss FRANCISCO CALDERON
built by A McMillan & Son Dumbarton,
Yard No 175
Last Name: ANTONIO MAZZELLA (1907)
Previous Names: GLADSTONE (1878)
Propulsion: Steam. Compound 100hp 8k.
1879? Converted to barque.
Launched: Tuesday, 08/04/1873
Ship Type: iron steamship
Ship's Role: Cargo
Tonnage: 1203 grt
Cie Maritima de Peru.
1879: F. H. Dangar, Sydney.
1890: W. Ritchie, Sydney.
1892: P. N. Harbye, Nordby (Denmark).
1891: C. P. Holm, Nordby,
Status: Scrapped - 1910
Previous update by Bruce Biddulph.
1879 sold to F.Fangar, Sydney and converted into a Barque rig. May have been ship rigged first as this is how she appears in the image. For the wool trade and assigned the official number 73651.
1910 scrapped at Procida after suffering bottom damage early in 1909.
Previous update by Bruce Allan
Photo supplied by John Ward~McQuaid
Last updated: by John Ward~McQuaid from the original records by Stuart Cameron
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