Wallasey

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Wallasey assisted during Titanic’s sea trials and launch on May 31, 1911 and stood by on her sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April, 1912.

Port of Registry: Liverpool
Flag of Registry: British
Funnel: Buff, black top with white stripe of equal width below, thin white stripe separating white from buff funnel.
Company Flag: White, quartered by a broad red cross, red block letters, one in each quadrant A T )top) C L (bottom)
Signal letters: HJLF Steel hull, sloop rig, one iron deck
Engines: Compound 2 cyc. 16” 42” by 27” stroke 68 RHP
Constructed by G.T. Grey of South Shields
Single Screw, Tonnage: 149 gross, 131 underdeck 1 net
Dimensions: length 92.0 ft. width 20.1 ft. depth 10.9 ft.

1903 Built and engineered by Joseph T. Eltringham Co., South Shields, (yard no.#246)
1903 Launched in August
1904 1953 renamed Cambrian
1905 1959 broken up at Briton Ferry


2004 John P. Eaton all rights reserved.
This item first appeared in Voyage, Journal of the Titanic International Society.

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(2004) Wallasey Voyage (ref: #4101, accessed 29th April 2017 07:04:49 PM) URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/wallasey.html

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