built by J & G Thomson Clydebank,
Yard No 265

Last Name: GLEN ROSA (1919)
Previous Names: HMS GLENCROSS (1917)
Propulsion: Compound diagonal steam engines - 17.75 knots - reboilered in 1926
Launched: Wednesday, 31/05/1893
Built: 1893
Ship Type: Paddle Steamer
Ship's Role: various Clyde routes
Tonnage: 306 grt
Length: 200 feet
Breadth: 25 feet
Owner History:
Glasgow and South Western Railway Company, Glasgow
Status: Arrived for Scrapping - 08/1939

Remarks: Became HMS GLENCROSS as a minesweeper in WW1
Transferred to CSP in 1938 then laid up at Greenock. Scrapped at Dalmuir
Picture from booklet by Hart & Will, Suite 2D Churchill Way, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, G64 2RH. Telephone 0141 7726911
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Previous update by Stuart Cameron
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Last updated: by Paul Strathdee from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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