ps JAMES DENNISTOUN
built by Hunter & Dow Kelvinhaugh,
Engines by Tod & McGregor, Glasgow
Propulsion: Steam, 1cy 60nhp 10kn, paddles
Built: 1835
Ship Type: Wood steamship
Ship's Role: Glasgow-Largs-Millport, Glasgow
Tonnage: 87 t, 76 nrt (later 126grt, 81nrt)
Length: 107 ft 8 ins (later 104.8ft)
Breadth: 15 ft 11 ins (later 14.6ft)
Draught:
Depth: 9ft 2 ins (later 8.8ft)
Owner History:
J. Stevenson, H. Price & A. Tennant, Glasgow
1840 Sir Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood, Fleetwood
1851 Thomas Housman Higgin, Fleetwood.
1843 Frederick Kemp, Fleetwood.
1847 Birkenhead & Chester Railway Co, Fleetwood.
1847 Preston & Wyre Railway Harbour & Dock Co (Thomas Higgin), Preston.
1854 Sampson Moore, Liverpool.
Status: Scrapped - 1863

Remarks:
07/02/1854 Registered Liverpool. 18xx acquired by Barrow SN Co.

Previous update by Bruce Allan

Last updated: by David Asprey from the original records by Stuart Cameron




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