PS Stanley (1864)

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Career
Name: 1864-1890: PS Stanley
Owner: 1864-1888: London and North Western Railway
1888-1889: Irish National Steamboat Company
1889-1890: A. A. Laird and Company]]
Operator: 1864-1888: London and North Western Railway
1888-1889: Irish National Steamboat Company
1889-1890: A. A. Laird and Company]]
Port of registry: United Kingdom
Route: 1864-1889: Holyhead - Dublin
Builder: Caird & Company, Greenock
Yard number: 114B
Launched: 1864
Out of service: 1890
Fate: Broken up at Bowling.
General characteristics
Tonnage: 782 gross register tons (GRT)
Length: 239.2 ft (72.9 m)
Beam: 29.1 ft (8.9 m)
Draught: 14.9 ft (4.5 m)

PS Stanley was a paddle steamer passenger vessel operated by the London and North Western Railway from 1864 to 1888.[1]

History[edit]

She was built by Caird & Company of Greenock and launched in 1864.

She was sold to the Irish National Steamboat Company in August 1888, and in 1890 passed to A. A. Laird and Company. She was broken up shortly afterwards.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Railway and Other Steamers, Duckworth. 1962