Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company
|Headquarters||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Newcastle upon Tyne, London|
The Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company provided shipping services in the United Kingdom from 1904 to 1943.
Four companies came together in 1904 to form the Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company. These were:
- The Tyne Steam Shipping Co. Ltd,
- The Tees Union Steamship Co. Ltd,
- The Free Trade Wharf Co. Ltd
- Furness Withy & Co. Ltd
The vessels and interests of the company were purchased by Coast Lines in 1943.
Routes : Passenger / Cargo and Cargo only
Funnel : Black with red top and dividing white band. 
Passenger / Cargo ships operated
|Notes and references|
|Grenadier||1895||1,004||Built by Wigham Richardson and Co. for Tyne Steam Shipping Co. and transferred into the new joint venture and served Rotterdam with occasional voyages to Hamburg and Cuxhaven.
|Sir William Stephenson||1906||1,540||Built by Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Company at Yarrow. Employed mainly on continental services from the River Tyne but also occasionally on the London service. She struck a mine on 29 August 1915, causing the death of 2 crewmembers.
|Alnwick||1929||1,400||Built by Swan Hunter,Wigham Richardson for the River Tyne - Rotterdam service. Switched to London service in 1932 but competition from motor coaches ended this trade in 1935 when the vessel was sold to Fred. Olsen & Co..
Renamed Bali, she initially operated from Oslo / Kristiansand to Rotterdam. She survived World War II and was transferred to Olsen's service between Oslo and Newcastle until 1951 when she moved to an Antwerp service from Oslo /Kristiansand.
- Shipbuilding & shipping record: a journal of shipbuilding, marine engineering, dock, harbours & shipping, Volume 44. 1935
- "Hotel du Vin Newcastle".
- Greenway, Ambrose (1986): A Century of North Sea Passenger Steamers ; Page 76 ; Shepperton, Ian Allan ; ISBN 0-7110-1338-1
- Greenway (1986),P.76
- Greenway (1986), P. 77
- Greenway (1986), P. 78