William Sloan & Co (George Sloan), Glasgow
06/1958 Coast Lines Ltd., Liverpool
1932 passenger accommodation removed
Arrived at Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht for breaking by N.V. Holland
Zillah Shipping and Carrying Co. Ltd. (William A. Savage, manager), Warrington and later Liverpool
02/08/1949 Owners restyled as Zillah Shipping Co. Ltd. (William A. Savage Ltd., manager), Liverpool.(now part of Coast Lines Group)
27/11/1953 Richard Abel and Sons Ltd., Liverpool.
18/12/1953 Renamed ALLADALE.
31/12/1956 Fleetwood Sand and Gravel Co. Ltd., Fleetwood - R. Abel & Son Ltd.,managers, Liverpool
12/1915 until 01/1920 Admiralty requisition - RFA stores carrier
1941 until 1945 Admiralty requisition - cable ship
09/1967 Demolition commenced by C. and J. Davies, Fleetwood.
01/06/1972 Register belatedly closed, consequent of demolition.
Barge Shipped overseas MAID OF HONOUR
William King Millar, London
1913 Marion G Thornton, Ryde
1922 Montagne R G White, Warsash
1922 Courtenay C E Morgan, Baron Tredegar, Newport Mon
1924 Katharine A Mackinnon, London
1936 John A Miller, Glasgow - reg Glasgow (1937)
1937 Hubert S Paine, Southampton
1942 Admiralty, London
1949 Epirotiki Steamship Navigation Co, Piraeus - reg Piraeus
1956 John Tripos, Piraeus
1987 Commercial Bank of Greece, Athens
4/1915 requisitioned by Admiralty for service as auxiliary patrol yacht
1919 returned to owner
12/1939 requisitioned by Admiralty as a danlayer.
1944 used as a minesweeper depot ship
1949 converted to a passenger ship
Deleted from Lloyd's Register as existence in doubt.
North Coast Steam Navigation Co. Ltd., Sydney NSW
1925 Burns, Philp (South Sea) Co. Ltd., Suva, Fiji.
Q1/1933 dismantled and scuttled off Mbengga Island, Fiji.
Shamrock Shipping Co. Ltd. - T.Jack jnr., Larne
11/1918 Normandy Shipping Co. Ltd. - Stephenson Clarke & Co., London
1923 Shamrock Shipping Co. Ltd. - T.Jack jnr., Larne
21/05/1940 The Admiralty (as blockship)
Scuttled at Dunkrik during Operation Dynamo.
David MacBrayne Ltd, Glasgow
Sailed from Ballachulish 19/08/1913 at 5.15pm with 45 passengers for Kinlochleven.
At 5.40pm. fire in ships engine-room. Ignition of oil in the bilges. Some oil thrown by a revolving fly-wheel of the port engine onto a hot exhaust pipe.
Vessel beached and became a total loss. Passengers and crew (45 plus 11) landed on the north shore of Loch Leven some 4½ miles from Ballachulish.
Some sources have enginebuilder wrongly as L Gardner, Manchester BLACKWATER
Tedcastle, McCormick & Co Ltd Dublin
1919 Coast Lines Ltd., London.
1921 John Kelly Ltd., (Samuel Kelly, manager).
26/11/1923 Wm. Clint appointed as manager.
1952 Renamed BALLYGOWAN, (J. G. Christie appointed as manager).
09/08/1915 until 28/03/1919 British Expeditionary Force Transport No. E. 2610, moving cross-channel stores.
20/04/1944 until 31/08/1945 Chartered to the Government, during which period she was involved with supplying Sword Beach, on 8th June 1944, during the D-Day landings.
1954 British Iron & Steel Corporation and allocated to Shaw of Kent Ltd, for demolition at Rainham, Kent.
01/10/1954 Arrived at Rainham.