Wallasey

Voyage

Titanic Ships: the other ships of the Titanic story

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.

Relates to Ship:

Wallasey

Contributor

Shelley Dziedzic