Launched: 04/10/1884
Completed: 12/1884
Builder: JT Eltringham, South Shields
Yard Number: 122
Dimensions: 154grt, 43nrt, 116.0 x 19.6 x 10.4ft; (1890: 169grt, 56nrt)
Engines: L1cyl (28 x 56ins), 75nhp
Engines By: JP Rennoldson & Sons, South Shields
Propulsion: Paddle
Construction: Iron
Reg Number: 90314
12/1884 Joseph Liddell, JJ Usher et al, Sunderland
1885 Registered at Sunderland
04/1891 Joseph Arthur Platt, Marchington, Staffordshire; renamed TRANSIT
12/04/1907 Transferred to Jessie Platt, Stornoway on death of JA Platt
08/1918 Sunderland Towage Co Ltd, Sunderland (JE Dawson, manager)
16/08/1918 France, Fenwick Tyne & Wear Co Ltd, Sunderland
06/1919 Steel & Bennie Ltd; registered at Glasgow; renamed BRIGADIER
11/1936 Broken up
Comments: 12/08/1918: Hired by the Admiralty, renamed TRANSFER
24/05/1920: Returned to owners, name reverted to TRANSIT
11/1936: Sold to TW Ward for breaking up at Preston

     Above photo as BRIGADIER copyright of Dan McDonald

     Above photo as BRIGADIER courtesy of George Robinson

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