In Dundee

Reproduced with acknowledgement to Joe Kerr

Flying Scotchman DE 42

Built 1879    J. T.  Eltringham & Co Ltd,   South  Shields (Iron)
   
Yard No 76
   
Owner at New Clyde Shipping Co Ltd, Glasgow (George J. Kidston manager)
   
ID no 80440
   
Launch Date 19.03.1879
   
Completed 1879
   
Gross Tons 111
   
Nett Tons 41
   
Engine 70 hp    Side Lever  L.1-cyl by  J.  P.  Rennoldson & Sons, South Shields
   
Length 98.8ft
   
Breadth 18.2ft
   
Depth 9.5ft
 

 

Owners  
 1879 Registered at Glasgow.
1887 Owned by Joseph M. Rennoldson, South Shields.
01.1888 Owned by Pembrokeshire Steam Trawling Co Ltd, Milford Haven .
01.1888 Glasgow registry closed.
25.01.1888 Registered at Milford Haven M 20.
01.1888 Converted to Trawler.
1888 Owned by George Shawcross, Dundee (owner/manager).
11.1890 Owned by William High,  Dundee (owner/manager)
03.12.1890 Milford registry closed.
12.1890 Registered at Dundee DE 42.
Undated Owned by Leith Owners.
1895 Owned by Duke of Portland, Worksop Nottingham, reverted to tug based at Troon ( operated by Troon Harbour Trust, Adam Wood manager).
1895 Dundee registry closed.
1895 Renamed "TITCHFIELD"
1895 Registered at Troon
1902 Owned by Glasgow & South Western Railway Co, Glasgow
1902 Scrapped by Alexander Gordon at Annalong Northern Ireland.
 
 
  Reproduced with acknowledgement to Milford Trawler website