Agnes Irving

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Career
Name: Agnes Irving
Owner: Clarence and Richmond River Steam Navigation Company
Port of registry: Sydney
Builder: Charles Lungley Kent, Deptford Green, United Kingdom
Completed: 1862
Identification: Registration number: 59/1862
Official number: 43237
Fate: Wrecked 28 December 1879
General characteristics
Type: Iron paddle steamer
Tonnage: 431 GT
Displacement: 333 NT
Length: 62.02  m
Beam: 7.467  m
Draught: 3.566  m
Installed power: Oscillating steam engine

The Agnes Irving was an iron paddle steamer built in 1862 at Charles Lungley's Dockyard, Deptford Green on the River Thames, London.[1] It was wrecked on 28 December 1879, when it entered the Macleay River on ebb tide whilst carrying general cargo from Sydney, and was lost off the South Spit of the old entrance of Trial Bay, New South Wales.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lungley - Deptford shipwright, Greenwich Industrial History, 15 December 2009

Coordinates: 30°48′23″S 153°00′18″E / 30.806350°S 153.005007°E / -30.806350; 153.005007