built by A McMillan & Son Dumbarton in 1889
built by A McMillan & Son Dumbarton,
Yard No 289
Propulsion: Sail 3 Masts
Launched: Saturday, 10/08/1889
Ship Type: Ship (Iron)
Ship's Role: Wool cargo. Carried some passengers in Dangar's ownership.
Tonnage: 1894 g. 1820 nrt
F. H. Danger, Sydney, NSW.
1902 R. Thomas & Co, Liverpool.
03/1917 G. Bell, Hull.
Status: Sunk - 26/06/1917
Named after the owner's sheep station.
26/06/1917 Captured by German submarine UC.62 and sunk by bombs 112 miles SW by W from Bishop Rock.
Previous update by Stuart Cameron
Photo supplied by John Ward~McQuaid
Previous update by John Ward~McQuaid
Photo supplied by Green Collection – State of Victoria Library
Last updated: by Bruce Allan from the original records by Stuart Cameron
: sv NEOTSFIELD built by A McMillan & Son Dumbarton
Supplied by John Ward~McQuaid