Anchor Line, Handyside & Henderson.
Voyage Glasgow for Lisbon, cargo of pig iron, iron pipes, coals and bale goods. Abandoned in a gale 65 miles South West of the Old Head of Kinsale Co Cork.
Landing Ship, Tank. Type 3.
Fitted out at the Admiralty facility at Dalmuir managed by John Brown. (Allocated yard no F1). 1950-51 AA Firing Ship
1959 named SULTAN as a harbour training ship at Portsmouth.
1963 Fender Ship
Broken up at Valencia.
CITY OF PARIS
George Smith & Sons, City Line.
Owner 1881 George Traill London, Registered Glasgow.
Renamed Kiandra 11-Oct-82.
Owner 1888 James P Traill London, Registered Glasgow.
Owner 1889 Bischoff, Bremen.
Sailed from Philadalphia on 23rd Oct 1902; passed Delaware breakwater on 24th Oct., 1902; not since heard of.
1950 Completed at Rio de Janeiro as a freighter for E. G. Fontes & Cia, Rio de Janeiro.
Launched for the Admiralty intended as Landing Ship, Tank but remained incomplete in 1945.
E.G.Fortes Cia. Rio de Janeiro. Brazil
Royal Nav. Landing Ship Tank Type 3. LST 3032. Cancelled while building.
1950 completed at Rio de Janeiro as Rio Mondego.
Robert B Handyside - mng Handyside & Henderson (Anchor Line), Glasgow
1867 Thomas Henderson, Glasgow - same mng
c1869 Thomas & John Henderson, Glasgow - same mng
c1873 Philip F Poingdestre, Swansea
1874 ?, foreign
1877 Bruno Marin, Marseille
c1880 -- Claudon, Sète
8/1882 Franco-Spanish Banking Co, Barcelona - mng Claudon
Lost in Bay of Finisterre in a storm (Cardiff for Barcelona, coal)
Sailed to Australia under canvas, departed Glasgow 15/5/1862, Lamlash 22/5/1862. Two crew lost in nheavy weather (replaced by two stowaways!)
6/10/1862 arrived Brisbane - sent to Sydney NSW for engine to be fitted
18/12/1862 in service at Brisbane
For service with dredging plant.
Out of service by 1884
Thomas & John Henderson (Anchor Line/Handyside & Henderson), Glasgow.
1872 James Luke, Dundee
1874 reg Dundee
1889 Purno Chunder Daw, Calcutta
Built for Anchor Line's Glasgow-Mediterranean service
7/10/1873 engine failed off Deal and towed into Boulogne
1874 engine removed and rigged as a 3-masted schooner - 376grt 331nrt
10/7/1875 suffered rudder damage and put in to Valparaiso (Dundee for San Francisco)
1885-1887 laid up at Dundee
10/1887 sailed for Calcutta
Broken up at Calcutta
British India Steam Navigation Company Glasgow.
1878 C. H. Pile.
1879 To Bell & Co, Ayr.
1888 Clark & Co (mng J. Clark, Glw).
C Connell - Hull only. Sub-contracted from enginebuillders, A & J Inglis.
1879 733g, 462net
1892 lost off Ruad, Lebanon.
CITY OF BRUSSELS
George Smith & Sons, Glasgow.
1882 H. Hogarth, re named Brussels and registered in Ardrossan
1891 Shaw, Savill & Co. registered in Liverpool
1903 Niger Co. Ltd., London
By 1883 barque rigged.
07/1904 hulked in West Africa.