built by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow,
Yard No 107

Propulsion: Steam paddle
Launched: Tuesday, 30/12/1873
Built: 1874
Ship Type: Iron passenger-cargo
Ship's Role: Yangtze service
Tonnage: 3073grt
Length: 308.4ft
Breadth: 42.2ft
Draught: 15.1ft depth
Owner History:
China Navigation Co, London
Status: Bombed & Sunk -

Transferred 1886 from Yangtze to Hong Kong/Canton service
Gutted by fire 14/10/1906 at Canton Steamer Wharf, Hong Kong with loss of 130 lives
Towed to Shanghai 1907 and converted to hulk and moved to Hankow as transhipment godown
Transferred to Shasi in 1930, and to Ichang in 1938
Destroyed by American bombing during WW2

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

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