SUN VI

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Deepol
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SUN VI

Post by Deepol » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:18 am

No details of this one at all I'm afraid.
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Clyde Shiplovers' Collection.
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Re: SUN VI

Post by Jaap Bijl » Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:06 am

ss. SUN VI
139 grt., 550 ihp.
27,43 x 5,94 x 3,07 m.
1902 Allsup & Co. Ltd., Preston (b.178)
Comp. 2 cyl. Allsup
1902 CONSERVATOR, Kings Lyne Conservancy Board
1915 SUN VI
1941-1945 on hire R.N. as SUNVI.
1960 scrapped by T.W.Ward, Grays.
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Re: SUN VI

Post by Bill Harvey » Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:04 am

SUN VI (1915 - 1960)
O.N. 93654. 139g. 17n. 90.0 x 19.6 x 10.1 feet.
C.2-cyl. (17” & 35" x 24") engine by the shipbuilder. 500ihp.
11.1902: Completed as CONSERVATOR by Allsup & Company Ltd., Preston (Yard No. 178) for the King’s Lynn Conservancy Board, King’s Lynn.
1915: Purchased by William Henry James Alexander and renamed SUN VI.
1929: Transferred to W. P. and G. F. Alexander, London.
1930: Transferred to W. H. J. Alexander Ltd., London.
9.1939 until 12.12.1945: Requisitioned by the Admiralty at Sheerness.
1960: Sold to T. W. Ward Ltd., Sheffield for demolition at their Grays, Essex facility.

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