TYNE TUGS AND TUG BUILDERS
  A history of Tyne Tugs, their builders and owners

Home

Builders

Engineers

Owners

Tugs

About


Select

Tug

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

XYZ



Name: MILDRED
Launched:
Completed: 1893
Builder: Pool, Skinner & Williams, Falmouth
Yard Number:
Dimensions: 26grt, 61.0 x 11.5 x 6.3ft
Engines: C2cyl (10 & 18 x 14ins), 98ihp
Engines By: R Arthur & Son, Newport
Propulsion: 1 x Screw
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 98878
History:
1893 Walter Dell Arthur & Ralph Arthur; registered at Newport, Monmouthshire
1894 WD Arthur & Eugene Curran, Newport, Monmouthshire
1897 WD Arthur, Newport, Monmouthshire
1899 Frederick William Hall; registered at Falmouth
1901 Louis John Gauvry, William Thomas Cundy et al, Plymouth
1902 Registered at Plymouth
1904 William T Cundy et al, Plymouth
06/1920 Osbourne, Graham & Co Ltd, Hylton; registered at Sunderland
03/1932 RH & K Gibson, Corbridge
12/1932 William Cross, Lemington
06/1938 Ridley Steam Tug Co Ltd, Newcastle
03/1949 Matthew Kirton & Sons, Newburn
07/1955 Broken up
Comments: 08/1914 to 08/1919: Requisitioned by the Admiralty
03/1949: Cost 250
07/1955: Broken up by JJ King & Co Ltd at Gateshead


MILDRED on left in Falmouth circa 1900. Photo courtesy of Richard Cox

MILDRED on the Tyne. Photo copyright of South Tyneside Libraries