Name: TYNE DOCK NO 3
Launched:
Completed: 1876
Builder: JP Rennoldson, South Shields
Yard Number:
Dimensions: 97grt, 23nrt, 77.0 x 19.0 x 9.9ft; (1907: 97grt 15nrt)
Engines: 2 x SL1cyl (28 x 45ins), 60nhp
Engines By: JP Rennoldson, South Shields
Propulsion: Paddle
Construction: Wood
Reg Number: Unregistered; (1881: 81974)
History:
1876 Tyne Dock Co, Newcastle
1881 Transferred to North Eastern Railway Co, York; registered at South Shields
13/08/1903 Thomas Boag, North Shields; registered at North Shields
1918 Alfred & Thomas Boag, North Shields
1919 Alfred Boag & Axel H Andersen, North Shields
1921 Axel H Andersen, North Shields
1932 Broken up
Comments:

     Above: Working in Tyne Dock in AH Andersen's colours. Photo copyright Robert Forster

     Robert says that the skipper was probably Capt Green, renown for wearing a trilby rather than uniform cap

     George Robinson points out that CAIRNTORR in the backgound dates the picture between 1922 and 1928

     
     
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