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Watts Watts & Co. Part 2

PART 2

Watts, Ward & Co.


KENSINGTON (1878-1879)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 77097 1,401g, 73.1 x 10.1 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
4.1878 launched 11.1878 completed by C. Mitchell & Co., Low Walker, Newcastle Yard No. 359 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 5.11.1879 departed Liverpool for Havana and and disappeared.

CAMDEN (1878-1901)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 79642 1,492g, 76.8 x 10.1 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
9.1878 launched 11.1878 completed by C. Mitchell & Co., Low Walker, Newcastle Yard No. 369 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co. 19.2.1901 wrecked near Cape Spartel.

SULTAN (1879) See SULTAN (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

GOSFORTH (1879-1881) See GOSFORTH (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

BLYTHWOODE (1879-1892) See BLYTHWOODE (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

RICHMOND (1879-1894) See RICHMOND (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

CHISWICK (1879-1891) See CHISWICK (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

COLOMBO (1879-1885) See COLOMBO (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

NANKIN (1879-1880) See NANKIN (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

ACTON (1879-1886) See ACTON (Watts, Milburn & Co.)

EDMONTON (1879-1880)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 81604 1,663g, 77.9 x 10.4 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
12.1879 launched by C.S. Swan & Co., Wallsend Yard No. 45 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 30.5.1880 wrecked Gingerbread Ground, Providence Channel, Bahamas.

FOSCOLIA (1879-1898)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 81570 1,573g, 76.8 x 10.4 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
6.1879 launched by C. Mitchell & Co., Low Walker, Newcastle Yard No. 381 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co. 29.5.1898 sunk in collision off Fire Island.

HIGHBURY (1879-1881)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 81561 1,853g, 82.3 x10.7 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
6.1879 launched by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Newcastle Yard No. 17 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 16.11.1881 wrecked Falsterbo Reef.

JESMOND (1879-1905)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 79669 1,495g, 76.8 x 10.1
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
12.1878 launched by C. Mitchell & Co., Low Walker, Newcastle Yard No. 368 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1905 sold to Y. Kinugawa, Japan renamed TOMASHIMA MARU. 15.9.1925 foundered Kitashima, Formosa.

BAYSWATER (1880-1890)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 82775 1,623g, 76.7 x 10.7 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
6.1880 launched by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 54 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 16.3.1890 departed New York for Lisbon and disappeared.

CANONBURY (1880-1888)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 82830 1,676g,
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
11.1880 launched by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 57 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 28.3.1888 wrecked on Old Man Shoal, Nantucket Shoals.
FINSBURY (1880-1903)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 82795 1,854g, 82.3 x 10.7 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
7.1880 launched by C.S. Swan & Hunter, Wallsend Yard No. 48 for for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1884 to Britain Steamship Co. Ltd. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 22.9.1903 departed Kobe for Vladivostok and disappeared.

ANERLEY (1881-1904)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 85065 1,887g, 82.3 x 11.3 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
9.1881 launched by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 62 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1884 to Britain Steamship Co. Ltd. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1.8.1904 wrecked 20nm from Pusan.

FINCHLEY (1881-1894)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 85037 1,951g
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
5.1881 launched by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 60 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 29.9.1884 wrecked near Isaac's Harbour, NS.

PLESSEY (1881-1901)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 82869 1,649g
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
3.1881 launched 3.1881 completed by Hodgson Soulsby, Cowpen Quay Yard No. 27 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 23.6.1901 foundered off Wapau, Krou Coast.

EALING (1882-1896)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 85116 2,026g
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
2.1882 launched 2.1882 completed by Hodgson Soulsby, Cowpen Quay Yard No. 35 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 6.1.1896 wrecked near Isaac's Harbour, NS.

BRENTFORD (1885-1887)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 91892 2,143g
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
11.1885 launched by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 310 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 18.1.1887 wrecked 10nm NE Peniche.

WILLESDEN (1885-1887)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 91844 2,156g,
Triple expansion steam engine
5.1885 launched by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 302 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 13.1.1887 wrecked Grestain Bank, Seine.

HAMPSTEAD (1887-1905)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 94313 2,313g, 86.0 x 11.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
7.1887 launched 7.1887 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 323 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1905 sold to M.O. Kumura, Japan renamed KASHIMA MARU. 1.1. 1929 wrecked.

HENLEY (1887-1905)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 94326 2,311g, 86.0 x 11.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
9.1887 launched by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 325 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1905 sold to renamed TAIAN MARU No.2. 10.3.1910 departed Muroran for Yokohama and disappeared.

TWICKENHAM (1888-1905)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 94356 2,538g, 91.4 x 11.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
12.1887 launched 2.1888 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 328 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1905 sold to Hakodate Kisen, Japan renamed TOMOYE MARU. 3.6.1913 wrecked off Port Hamilton.

WANDSWORTH (1888-1897)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 95511 1,754g, 79.6 x 11.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
11.1888 launched 12.1888 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 344 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 7.1.1897 wrecked Battery Rocks, Tynemouth.

BLACKHEATH (1889-1907)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 96654 2,571g, 91.4 x 12.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
9.1889 launched 10.1889 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 371 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1907 sold to M. Otaru, Japan renamed OTARU MARU No.2. 1929 B/U.

ISLEWORTH (1889-1907)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 96587 2,648g, 91.5 x 12.7
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
4.1889 launched 5.1889 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 357 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1907 sold to M. Otaru, Japan renamed OTARU MARU No.3. 20.8.1919 wrecked North Somalia.

MORTLAKE (1889-1911)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 96601 2,645g, 91.6 x 12.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
5.1889 launched 7.1889 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 359 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1911 sold to Y. Hachiuma, Japan renamed TAMON MARU No.11. 12.5.1917 foundered Aburatan.

FULHAM (1890-1905)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 98087 2,024g, 82.3 x 11.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
4.1890 launched 5.1890 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 359 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1905 sold to Y. Yamagata, Japan renamed UNKAI MARU. 15.11.1932 wrecked Vries Is, Hayasaki.

HOUNSLOW (1890-1906)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 98082 2,797g, 95.9 x 12.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
3.1890 launched 5.1890 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 385 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 8.4.1906 wrecked.

KINGSLAND (1890- 1908)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 98126 2,016g, 82.3 x 11.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
6.1890 launched 7.1890 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 387 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 27.11.1908 foundered North of the Birlings.

WINDSOR (1890-1908)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 98060 2,793g, 95.9 x 12.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
2.1890 launched 3.1890 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 384 for Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle. 1896 company restyled as Watts, Watts & Co., London. 2.2.1908 wrecked Abrolhos Island.

HIGHBURY (1893-1894)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 77058 2,025g, 87.5 x 10.5 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine by Blair & Co., Stockton on Tees
10.1877 launched by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Newcastle Yard No. 5 as EUPHRATES for W.H. Tindall. 1893 purchased by Watts, Ward & Co., Newcastle renamed HIGHBURY. 16.2.1894 wrecked at Marabout.

ALABAMA (1899-1925)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 81594 1,999g, 1,311n 285.0 x 35.3 x 24.3 feet
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine 200 nhp by R. & W. Hawthorn & Co., Newcastle
1.10 1879 launched 10.1879 completed by A. Leslie & Co., Hebburn on Tyne Yard No. 204 as TANTALLON for W. Milburn & Co., Newcastle and London. 1896 sold to Foscolo Mango & Co., Piraeus renamed RAYMONDOS. 1898 sold to E.J. Olivier & Co., Rouen renamed RAYMOND. 1899 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London. renamed ALABAMA. 1908 sold to J. Paterson & Co., Melbourne. 1909 transferred to James Paterson & Co. Proprietary Ltd. 1925 sold to North China SS Co., Tientsin, China renamed PEI TAI. 1935 B/U.




Watts, Watts & Co.

DULWICH (1893-1915)
Steel screw Steamship O.N. 102801 3,276g, 100.6 x 13.1 metres
T. 3 cyl.
11.9.1893 launched 10.1893 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 286 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 15.2.1915 torpedoed and sunk by submarine near Cape d'Antifer. 2 crew members lost.

KILBURN (1893-1910)
Steel screw Steamship O.N. 102813 3,271g, 100.6 x 13.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
10.9.1893 launched 10.1893 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 287 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 20.5.1910 wrecked Ethel Reef, Yasawa Island, Fiji.

WOOLWICH (1893-1903)
Steel screw Steamship O.N. 102820 3,258g, 100.6 x 13.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
9.11.1893 launched 11.1893 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 288 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 23.2.1903 sunk in collision off Maasluis.

CHISWICK (1896-1902)
Steel screw Steamship O.N. 105780 2,123g, 85.3 x 12.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
16.12.1895 launched 1.1896 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 315 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 1902 sold to Goulandris Bros renamed L.G. GOULANDRIS 6.12.1915 sunk by gunfire from submarine.

RICHMOND (1896-1902)
Steel screw Steamship O.N. 105790 2,122g, 85.3 x 12.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
30.12.1895 launched 1.1896 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 316 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 1902 sold to C.G. Thulin, Sweden renamed BIFROST. 1915 sold to B. Stolt Nielsen renamed GESTO. 1916 sold to C. Wildhagen renamed KAPANA. 1935 BU Tonsberg.

TOTTENHAM (1897-1899)
Steel Steamship O.N. 108109 2,137g, 88.4 x 12.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10 Knots
12.2.1896 launched 2.1896 completed by Richardson Duck & Co, Stockton Yard No. 458 as DACIA for A.C.de Freitas & Co., Hambug. 1897 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed TOTTENHAM. 1899 sold to F.M. Rodas , Spain renamed SALTILLO. 1909 sold to Sota & Aznar renamed LALEN-MENDI. 17.11.1917 torpedoed and sunk by submarine near Beachy Head.

ALDERSHOT (1897-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 108271 trunkdeck 2,177g, 85.3 x 12.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
13.9.1897 launched 12.1897 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 339 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 23.9.1918 torpedoed and sunk by submarine near Dartmouth. 1 crew member lost.

CHATHAM (1898-1905)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 108313 trunkdeck 2,174g, 85.3 x 12.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
7.2.1898 launched 3.1898 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 340 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 28.9.1905 collision at km24, Suez Canal and 5.9.1905 blown up.

LEWISHAM (1898-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 109980 2,810g, 96.9 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton 10 Knots
20.6.1898 launched 10.1898 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 561 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 17.5.1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine. 24 crew members lost.

ROMFORD (1898-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 108400 3,035g, 99.1 x 14.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
20.6.1898 launched 8.1898 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 347 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 10.2.1918 mined and sunk.

GREENWICH (1899-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 110058 trunkdeck 2,938g, 96.0 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
28.12.1898 launched 2.1899 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 354 for Watts Watts & Co. London 5.12.1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine near Planier Island.

WOODFORD (1899-1914)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 110068 trunkdeck 2,938g, 96.0 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
26.1.1899 launched 2.1899 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 355 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 1914 sold to Kishimoto Kisen , Japan renamed SHINKO MARU. 23.5.1933 sunk in collision off Kokai Province, NW Korea.


CHISWICK (1904-1919)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 120462 3,246g, 331.5 x 50 feet
Triple expansion steam engine
12.9.1904 launched 10.1904 completed by D. & W. Henderson & Co Ltd., Glasgow Yard No. 439 for Britain Steamship Company (Watts Watts & Co.), London. 2.1.1919 wrecked NW point Kildin Island on passage from Cardiff to Murmansk with coal.

SANDHURST (1904-1911)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 97844 4,298g, 114.3 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
29.10.1890 launched 2.1891 completed by Palmers & Co. Ltd., Newcastle on Tyne Yard No. 650 as SAINT ENOCH for Rankin & Gilmore 1902 sold to W. Petersen & Co., Norway renamed TORONTO, 1904 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed SANDHURST, 1911 sold to T. Dannevig & Co., Norway renamed ROALD AMUNDSEN, 1920 sold to S.L. Christensen renamed FALK, 1936 scrapped Hamburg.

RICHMOND (1904-1915)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 120476 3,214g, 331.0 x 50.2 feet
Triple expansion steam engine
27.9.1904 launched 11.1904 completed by Napier & Miller, Yoker Yard No. 134 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 1.7.1915 captured and shelled by German submarine U.39 about 54 miles SW by South of Wolf Rock on passage Gulfport for Boulogne with sleepers.

NEWMARKET (1905-1906)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 73653 786g, 60.7 x 9.2 metres
Compound 2 cyl. steam engine
9.3.1876 launched 4.1876 completed by E. Withy, Hartlepool Yard No. 55 as ERASMUS WILSON for Stephenson Clarke. 1905 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed NEWMARKET. 1906 sold to Settsu Shosen, Japan renamed SUMINO-O MARU. 12.6.1927 sunk in collision in West Tsugaru Strait.

WOOLWICH (1905-1915)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 93729 2,924g, 1,916n, 3,995dwt 325 x 40.2 x 28.0 feet
Triple expansion steam engine by Blair & Co. Ltd., Stockton on Tees
25.4.1887 launched 6.1887 completed by Raylton Dixon & Co., Middlesborough Yard No. 273 as ELECTRICIAN for Charente SS Co Ltd ( Thos & Jos Harrison), Liverpool. 1905 purchased by Britain Steamship Co. Ltd. (Watts, Watts & Co.), London renamed WOOLWICH. 3.11.1915 captured and sunk by gunfire from German submarine U.35 near Cape Sidero, Crete.

HENLEY (1905-1918)
Steel Steamship O.N. 102668 3,302g, 100.6 x 13.1 metres ( 330.0 x 43 feet)
Triple expansion steam engine
22.3.1894 launched 3.1894 completed by A. Stephen & Sons, Linthouse Glasgow Yard No. 350 as JANETA for Maclay & McIntyre, Glasgow. 1905 purchased by Britian Steamship Co. (Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd.), London renamed HENLEY. 10.4.1918 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine UB.109 southwest of the Lizard, on passage Barry for St. Nazaire with coal. 6 crew members lost.

HAMPSTEAD (1905-1927)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 106606 3,408g, 103.6 x 13.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
7.9.1896 launched 10.1896 completed by Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool Yard No. 227 as VULKAN for J. Lockie. 1905 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed HAMPSTEAD. 1927 sold to G.F. Andreadis renamed OKEANIS. 1933 B/U Italy.

WILLESDEN (1905-1932)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 120645 4,881g, 121.9 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
28.9.1905 launched 12.1905 completed by Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Newcastle on Tyne Yard No. 762 for Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London. 7.11.1932 scuttled Visakhapatnam.

POWHATAN / RUPERT CITY (1905-1911)
Iron screw steamship O.N. 93691 2,536g,
6.1886 launched by Barrow Shipbuilding Co., Barrow Yard No. 141 as POWHATAN for Mediterranean & New York S.S. Co. (Phelps Brothers), Liverpool 1905 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London not renamed, 1908 renamed RUPERT CITY, 1911 sold to Canada same name, 1914 sold to S. Tsunaakira, Japan renamed CHINTO MARU, 1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine off Spain.

POCAHONTAS (1905-1908)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 96296 2,675g, length 300 x beam 39.3 feet
Triple expansion steam engine10 Knots
3.1.1889 launched 5.1889 completed by R. Stephenson & Co., Hebburn-on-Tyne Yard No. 10 as POCAHONTAS for Mediterranean & New York S.S. Co. (Phelps Brothers), Liverpool. 1905 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London not renamed. 1908 sold to Chinese Government. 27.7.1908 wrecked Hong Kong and B/U China.

POCASSET (1905-1906)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 96312 2,676g, length 300 x beam 39.2 feet
Triple expansion steam engine10 Knots
13.4.1889 launched 6.1889 completed by R. Stephenson & Co., Hebburn-on-Tyne Yard No. 11 as POCASSET for Mediterranean & New York S.S. Co. (Phelps Brothers), Liverpool. 1905 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London not renamed. 1906 sold to Chuyetsu Kisen, Japan renamed YECHIGO MARU. 1931 scrapped.

WIMBLEDON (1906-1911)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 114666 3,767g, 103.3 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
4.4.1901 launched 5.1901 completed by Osbourne, Graham & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 114 as HEATHFORD for Heath Steamships Co Ltd., London. 1904 company restyled as Heath Line Ltd., London. 1906 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed WIMBLEDON. 1911 sold to Century Shipping Co. Ltd., London. 1914 sold to Sale & Co., London. 1918 sold to Lowlands Steam Shipping Co. Ltd., London. 1925 sold to Argentine Trading Co. Ltd., London. 1926 sold to Mexico Argentine Line Ltd., London. 1928 sold to SA per l'Industria ed il Commercio Maritimo Nuova Genuensis, Genoa, Italy renamed DOCILITAS. 1929 B/U La Spezia.

CHATHAM (1906-1914)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 120675 3,653g, 112.9 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 12 Knots
14.12.1905 launched 3.1906 completed by Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Newcastle on Tyne Yard No. 763 for Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London. 1914 sold to Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) renamed CALORIA. 1947 B/U in USA.

BLACKHEATH (1911-1935)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 132543 4,879g, 118.9 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 11 Knots
28.4.1911 launched 6.1911 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 456 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 1935 sold to Fisser & van Doornum, Emden renamed MARTHA HENDRIK FISSER. 10.4.1940 scuttled off Vestfjord.

ISLEWORTH (1911-1912)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 132572 4,879g, 118.9 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 11 Knots
14.6.1911 launched 7.1911 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 457 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 13.3.1912 wrecked Chebucto Head NS.

TOTTENHAM (1912-1916)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 120686 3,106g, 100.9 x 14.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
12.2.1906 launched 4.1906 completed by William Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 723 as HAREWOOD for Harris & Dixon. 1912 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed TOTTENHAM. 4.8.1916 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine near Planier Island Light vessel.

FINCHLEY (1912-1915)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 135128 4,174g, 107.2 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
16.7.1912 launched 8.1912 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 491 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 20.8.1915 wrecked Trek Island North Russia.

HIGHBURY (1912-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 135141 4,831g, 118.9 x 15.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
31.7.1912 launched 9.1912 completed by Bartram & Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No 224 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 14.6.1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine near Bishop Rock. 39 crew members lost.

TWICKENHAM (1912-1935)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 132738 4,891g, 118.9 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
31.5.1912 launched 6.1912 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 470 for Watts Watts & Co. London. 6.10.1935 B/U Genoa.

ISLEWORTH (1916-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 106607 2,866g, 97.4 x 14.0 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
22.9.1896 launched 10.1896 by Robert Thompson Jnr., Sunderland Yard No. 193 as EVERSLEY for H. Scholefield & Son, Newcastle. 1916 purchased by Britain S.S. Co. Ltd. (Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd. managers), London renamed ISLEWORTH. 30.1918 torpedoed and sunk by submarine near Ventnor Pier. 29 crew members lost.

SANDHURST (1916-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 104929 3,027g, 99.0 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
13.8.1897 launched 10.1897 competed by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydocks Co. Ltd., Blyth Yard No. 91 as CRAIGNEUK for Craig Line SS Co., Leith, 1898 sold to T. Bowring & Co., renamed INCA. 1916 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co, London renamed SANDHURST. 6.5.1918 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine.

CHERTSEY (1916-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 108340 3,264g, 99.1 x 13.6 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
20.1.1898 launched 4.1898 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 359 as REYNOLDS for Bolton Steam Shipping Co. 1916 sold to Watts, Watts & Co. renamed CHERTSEY, 26.4.1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine.

DATCHET (1916-1927)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 106992 3,076g, 98.4 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 12 Knots
13.10.1898 launched 11.1898 completed by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields Yard No. 335 as TANTALLON for Maclean Doughty & Co. 1916 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed DATCHET. 1927 sold to G.N. Pittas Bros & Co., Greece renamed GEORGIOS PITTAS. 8.1.1934 damaged in collision and B/U Newport.

MORTLAKE (1916-1926)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 106636 3,125g, 99.2 x 14.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
20.4.1898 launched 6.1898 completed by Wood, Skinner & Co., Newcastle Yard No. 71 as LOVAINE for H. Scholefield & Son, Newcastle. 1916 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London renamed MORTLAKE. 1926 sold to Marine Enterprise Co. renamed MARIKA. 1931 sold to S. Katopodis renamed FILOMILA. 1936 renamed SYLVIA. 1937 B/U Rosyth.

PETERSHAM (1916-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 110698 3,381g, 103.3 x 14.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
10.3.1899 launched 4.1899 completed by Richardson Duck & Co, Stockton Yard No. 502 as CLINTON for H.Samman & Co. 1916 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed PETERSHAM. 5.5.1918 sunk in collision off Trevose Head.

TAPLOW (1916-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 118650 2,891g, 95.7 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
22.12.1904 launched 3.1905 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 413 as TALAVERA for Scholefield Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. (H. Scholefield & Son), Newcastle. 1916 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed TAPLOW. 5.6.1917 departed Huelva for for Port Talbot and disappeared.

MOLESEY (1916-1917)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 133520 3,218g, 100.9 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
26.10.1912 launched 11.19.12 competed by J. Blumer & Co., Sunderland Yard No. 213 as SALAMANCA for Scholefield Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. (H. Scholefield & Son), Newcastle. 1916 purchased by Watts, Ward & Co., London. 1.12.1917 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine near Brighton.

PUTNEY (1917-1926)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 110608 3,232g, 103.7 x 13.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10 Knots
9.8.1899 launched completed 9.1899 by Robert Thompson Jnr., Sunderland Yard No. 210 as LYNTON for Johnson, Sproule & Co. 1917 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed PUTNEY. 1926 sold to F.T. Musmechi & Co., Italy renamed SEMPRE AVANTI. 1933 B/U Genoa.

CHATHAM (1917-1918)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 115165 3,592g, 103.6 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 12 Knots
3.12.1903 launched 2.1904 completed by Short Bros., Sunderland Yard No. 314 as CLIFTON for Webster & Barraclough. 1917 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed CHATHAM. 21.5.1918 torpedoed and sunk.

HOUNSLOW (1918-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 106997 trunkdeck 3,751g, 100.6 x 14.4 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
27.4.1899 launched 5.1899 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 358 as BARTON for Webster& Barraclough. 1918 purchased by Watts Watts & Co. London renamed HOUNSLOW. 1929 sold to McAllum & Co., London renamed CLIDDESDEN. 1930 sold to M. Kulukundis renamed THESEUS. 1932 B/U La Spezia.

PETERSHAM (1918-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 108757 3,980g, 2,366n 345 x 50 x 19 feet
Triple expansion steam engine 364hp by Rankin & Blackmore, Greenock
2.8.1898 launched 9.1898 completed by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow Yard No. 431 as COMERIC for A. Weir & Co., Glasgow. 1916 sold to Chr. Salvesen, Leith not renamed. 1918 sold to Britain Steam Ship Co. ( Watts, Watts & Co. ), London renamed PETERSHAM. 1929 sold to McAllum & Co., London renamed ASHENDEN. 1929 sold to H. Taube, Riga renamed MARGARETE, 1932 sold to P. Danneborg, Riga same name. 1933 laid up after being damaged in collision. 1933 scrapped.

MOLESEY (1918-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 112405 3,788g, 106.0 x 15.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
23.8.1899 launched 9.1899 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton Yard No. 362 as ROKEBY for Pyman Steamship Co. ( G. Pyman & Co.). 1918 sold to Britain Steam Ship Co. ( Watts, Watts & Co. ), London renamed MOLESEY. 25.11.1929 wrecked Wooltack Point, Skomer Island.

CHISWICK (1918-1928)
Steel Steamship O.N. 105896 3,435g, 357 x 44 feet
1896 completed by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co., Willington Quay Yard No., Newcastle as PORT DENISON for Wm. Milburn & Co. 1907 sold to Bede Steam Shipping Co. of Newcastle with Frew, Elder & Co. as managers and renamed BEDEBURN. 1918 sold to Britain Steam Ship Co. of London and managed by Watts, Watts & Co. renamed CHISWICK. 1928 sold to USSR renamed ZIGURDS. 1932 sold to E. F. Aguardo renamed SANTA MARTA. 1934 B/U Ravenna.

FINCHLEY (1919-1926)
Steel Steamship O.N. 98532 3,445g, 100.6 x 13.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
8.9.1992 launched 10.1892 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton as HAXBY for Ropner & Son. 1919 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed FINCHLEY, 1926 scrapped at Gateshead.

GREENWICH (1919-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 117963 3,518g, 104.0 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 11 Knots
13,9.1903 launched 10.1904 completed by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields Yard No. 380 as SOUTHVILLE for Balls & Stansfield. 1919 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London renamed GREENWICH. 1933 B/U Port Glasgow.

DENHAM (1924 1931)
Steel Steamship O.N. 3.974g, 2541n 379 x 50 feet
T 3 cyl by N.E. Marine Eng. Co. Ltd, Newcastle.
12.1906 Completed by W. Dobson & Co. Ltd, Newcastle for Law, Leslie & Co., London as INVERTAY. 1916 Purchased by Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd renamed LEXINGTON. 1924 Sold to Britain S.S. Co. Ltd (Watts, Watts & Co), London renamed DENHAM. 1931 B/U in Italy.

MEDMENHAM (1924-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 113735 3,423g, 105.2 x 14.4
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
15.3.1904 launched 4.1904 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 416 as BURNOLME for Headlam & Sons. 1924 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed MEDMENHAM, 1933 scrapped Port Glasgow.

AMERSHAM (1924-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123155 3,718g, 105.6 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
14.3.1906 launched 4.1906 completed by Bartram & Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 201 as ROCHDALE for C. Radcliffe & Co., Cardiff. 1924 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed AMERSHAM. 1929 sold to Greece renamed DELPHIN 9.10.1940 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.103.

CHESHAM (1924-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123729 4,208g, 363.6 x 49.9 feet
Triple expansion steam engine
20.9.1906 launched 10.1906 completed by A. McMillan & Son, Dumbarton Yard No. 408 as SINGAPORE for Westminster Ship Company (Sir John Jackson), London.1924 purchased by Britain Steamship Co. (Watts, Watts & Co.), London renamed CHESHAM. 1931 sold to Parobrodarsko Akc. Drustvo 'Progres', Split renamed BAKAR. 1936 sold to Cumbrae Shipping Co. (Douglas & Ramsey), Glasgow renamed CHESHAM. 1938 B/U Port Glasgow.

DENHAM (1924-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123760 3,974g, 115.7 x 15.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Newcastle 11 Knots
1906 completed by W. Dobson & Co, Newcastle on Tyne Yard No. 147 as INVERTAY for Law, Leslie & Co., London 1915 sold to by Furness, Withy & Co. Ltd. renamed LEXINGTON. 1924 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed DENHAM. 1931 B/U Savona.

REMENHAM (1924-1926)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 131833 3,357g, 102.0 x 14.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
17.3.1911 launched 4.11 completed by Wm. Doxford and Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 428 as MONKSHAVEN for C. Smales & Son Whitby. 1924 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed REMENHAM. 1926 sold to Muko Kisen, Japan renamed MIKAGE MARU No.11. 3.8.1932 wrecked Sakhalin.

MAIDENHEAD (1924-1936)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 133550 4,191g, 112.7 x 15.6 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
13.1.1914 launched 2.1914 completed by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields Yard No. 439 as NEWQUAY for J.J. & C.M. Forster. 1919 sold to Redcap Steamship Co., Nerwcastle. 1924 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed MAIDENHEAD. 1936 sold to Rethymnis Kulukundis renamed MOUNT ITHOME. 1940 seized by French Government (Vichy) renamed MONROVIA. 1942 seized by Italian Government renamed VENEZIA. 14.7.1943 bombed and sunk near Messina.

EGHAM (1925-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 119228 3,636g, 105.6 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
21.5.1906 launched 6.1906 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 443 as WALTHAM for V.T. Thompson & Co. 1921 sold to Harrison Sons & Co. renamed GILWEN PARK. 1925 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed EGHAM. 1931 sold to N.C. Pihlakas, Estonia renamed KINNIKA. 10.9.1933 wrecked east side Vaygach Island, Kara Strait.

COOKHAM (1925-1932)
Steel Steamship O.N. 124124. 3,542g, 102.3 x 15.1 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
3.1906 completed by A. McMillan & Son, Dumbarton Yard No. 403 as GARSCUBE for T.M. McCrindell, Glasgow. 1909 sold to R. McMillan, Glasgow. 1909 sold to Craigmhor SS Co. (D.Russell), Leith renamed CRAIGMHOR. 1913 sold to C.H. Walton, London. 1913 sold to Neilrose SS Co. (Letricheux & David), Swansea renamed NEILROSE. 1916 sold to Woolston SS Co. (S. Instone & Co.), London. 1918 purchased by Charlton Steam Shipping Company Ltd. (William C. Charlton and Henry K. McAllum mgrs) renamed HEATHSIDE. 1920 sold to Care & Marquand Shipping, Cardiff. 1921 renamed ARNCLIFFE. 1925 sold to British Steamship Co. (Watts, Watts & Co.), London renamed COOKHAM. 1932 B/U Bilbao.

TWYFORD (1925-1932) (1934-1935)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 119339 3,709g, 105.7 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10 Knots
21.12.1904 launched 3.1905 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 427 as ENDSLEIGH for Endsleigh SS Co. Ltd. (Bellamy & Co.), Plymouth. 1907 sold to Compagnie Royale Belgo Argentine ( A. Deppe) renamed PRESIDENT BUNGE. 1925 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed TWYFORD. 1932 sold to N.C. Pihlakas, Tallinn renamed VIRONIA. 1934 re purchased renamed TWYFORD. 1935 sold to Freyman, J. Zalcmanis & K. Jansons, Riga renamed CILTVAIRA. 19.1.1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.123 near Cape Hatteras.

WOKINGHAM (1925-1930)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123682 3,580g, 106.3 x 15.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10 Knots
23.6.1906 launched 1906 completed by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co Ltd., Newcastle Yard No. 159 as ANTAR for T. Bowen, Rees & Co. 1920 sold to Merrett Bros renamed RIVER TRENT. 1925 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed WOKINGHAM. 1930 sold to J.Freymann et al, Latvia renamed GUNDEGA. 1941 seized by German Government renamed WEICHSELLAND. 21.12.1944 mined and sunk in Feiestein Channel.

WOOBURN (1925-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 119206 3,930g, 108.3 x 14.8 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9.5 Knots
26.10.1904 launched 1.1905 completed by Short Bros., Sunderland Yard No. 320 as WALLACE for Taylor & Sanderson. 1925 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed WOOBURN. 1933 B/U Savona.

FULHAM (1925-1934)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 119873 3,184g, 2,045n 350.1 x 46.1 x 23.6 feet
Triple expansion steam engine by Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool
17.5.1905 launched 6.1905 completed by Wm Gray & Co., West Hartlepool Yard No. 705 as CAMBYSES for Gladstone & Co., West Hartlepool. 1912 sold to F.C. Strick & Co. not renamed, 1913 renamed ALBISTAN. 1919 sold to D. P. Barnett, Cardiff not renamed. 1920 sold to Vernco Steamship Co., London same name. 1921 sold to O. Ovesen, Denmark same name, 1924 sold to D/S A/S Patria renamed DUBLIN, 1925 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed FULHAM, 1934 sold to Delta Steam Ship Co., London renamed FARNHAM. 1936 sold to Sbarchi Imbarchi & Trasporti, Italy renamed APOLLO. 1948 sold to Soc. Generale per l’Industria Mineraria & Chimica Montecatine. 1961 sold to Sidemar S.p.A. same name, 1961 scrapped.

TOTTENHAM (1925-1930)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123655 3,655g, 106.7 x 15.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
27.4.1906 launched 6.1906 completed by J.L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 445 as DON CESAR for G. Dodd. 1919 sold the Romney Steam Ship Co. of Glasgow, with Fawcett, Coverdale as managers renamed APSLEY. 1925 purchaswed by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed TOTTENHAM. 1930 sold to F. Grauds, Latvia renamed EVERONIKA. 1941 seized by German Government renamed IRMA. 14.3.1944 wrecked Vetterbae, near Trondheim.

LALEHAM (1926)
Steel Steamship O.N. 125615 4,068g, 3,318n 380.3 x 49.0 x 25.7 feet
Triple expansion steam engine 435 nhp by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Sunderland 11 Knots
27.7.1907 launched 9.1907 completed by R & W Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Newcastle Yard No. 420 as PORT PIRIE for Wm. Milburn & Co. and transferred to the Commonwealth & Dominion Line in 1914 but was surplus to requirements and sold. Her new owners were the Glasgow Steam Shipping Co., with J. Black & Co. as managers, who renamed her KELVINBRAE. In 1924 sold to the Romney Steam Ship Co. of Glasgow, with Fawcett, Coverdale as managers, and renamed DARNLEY. 1926 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co. with Britain Steam Ship Co. as managers renamed LALEHAM. 31.3.1926 she sprang a leak and was abandoned in the Atlantic during a voyage from Valparaiso to UK.

LALEHAM (1926-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 1119960 trunkdeck 4,703g, 107.1 x 16.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
26.9.1904 launched 10.1904 completed by Ropner & Son, Stockton on Tyne Yard No. 410 as CLARISSA RADCLIFFE for Evan Thomas, Radcliffe & Co. 1913 renamed LLANOVER, 1917 renamed LLANGORSE, 1926 sold to Watts, Watts & Co. renamed LALEHAM, 1931 sold to A.A. Kyrtatas, Greece renamed Marionga D. Thermiotis, 1947 sold to Goulandris Bros renamed Antonios K, 1952 scrapped at Milford Haven.

MORTLAKE (1926-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 118382 3,004g, 103.3 x 14.7 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
4.1.1904 launched 2.1904 completed by Bartram & Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 191 as CRAGSIDE for Pyman Steamship Co. (Pyman Bros.). 1916 sold to T. Bowen Rees & Co. renamed ANTIOPE. 1926 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London renamed MORTLAKE. 1933 sold to Latvian Shipping Co. renamed VALDONA. 1941 seized by German Government renamed MEMELLAND. 1941 renamed SUDETENLAND. 1941 renamed BALTENLAND. 25.12.1944 torpedoed and sunk.

PUTNEY (1926-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 118360 3,569g, 104.1 x 14.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 12 Knots
5.11.1903 launched 1.1904 completed by J. Readhead & Sons Ltd., South Shields Yard No. 373 as TAPTON for Steel, Young & Co. 1926 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co. Ltd., London renamed PUTNEY. 1929 sold to M.E. Diakakis & Co. renamed VIRGINIA MAVROLEON. 1932 B/U Savona.

NEWNHAM (1926-1929)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 113943 3,316g, 330 x 48 x 16 feet
Triple expansion steam engine 1.500 ihp by J.G. Kincaid & Co., Greenock 10 Knots
19.2.1901 launched 3.1901 completed by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow Yard No. 471 as KATANGA for British Navigation Co. (A. Weir & Co.), Glasgow. 1916 sold to Chr. Salvesen, Leith not renamed. 1926 sold to Britain Steam Ship Co. ( Watts, Watts & Co. ), London renamed NEWNHAM. 1929 sold to N.M. Yannaghas, Syra, Greece renamed MICHAEL E. YANNAGHAS. 1932 scrapped at Genoa.

HAMPSTEAD (1926-1930)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 123151 4,395g, 108.3 x 15.6 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
23.1.1906 launched 3.1906 completed by Richardson Duck & Co, Stockton Yard No. 571 as ACHLIBSTER for J.& M. Gunn & Co., Cardiff. 1919 sold to Humphries (Cardiff) Ltd., Cardiff renamed GLOFIELD. 1926 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed HAMPSTEAD. 1930 sold to N.A. Cottakis, Greece renamed ALECOS. 22.6.1935 wrecked near Cape Veo.

FINCHLEY (1926-1935)
Steel screw steamship O.N 132860 4,764g, 2,997n 115.9 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
1.2.1912 launched 3.1912 completed by by Richardson Duck & Co, Stockton Yard No. 623 as NANTWEN for W.& C.T. Jones, Cardiff. 1921 sold to Morgan & Cadogan, Cardiff renamed WESTRA. 1926 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed FINCHLEY. 1935 sold to J.T. Essberger, Hamburg renamed JOLANTHE. 1936 sold to Kauffahrttei AG, (A. Wiards & Co.), Hamburg renamed EMSRIFF. 29.7.1944 bombed and sunk in Hamburg, wreck salvaged and repaired in 1949/1950 lenghtened 5,339g. 1959 B/U Odense.

DATCHET (1927-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 140582 4,364g, 2,761n 348.6 x 49.9 x 23.6 feet (106.2 x 15.2 metres)
Triple expansion steam engine by J.G. Kincaid & Co. Ltd., Greenock 10 Knots
26.3.1918 launched 5.1918 completed by Campbeltown Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Campbeltown Yard No. 107 as ROQUELLE for Elder Dempster 1927 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed DATCHET. 1933 sold to Goulandris Bros, Athens, Greece renamed MARIONGA J. GOULANDRIS. 13.11.1934 stranded and lost.

CHISLEHURST (1928-1933)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 149905 4,507g, 106.2 x 15.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
18.12.1911 launched 2.1912 completed by Wm. Pickersgill & Sons, Southwick, Sunderland Yard No. 193 as ELECTRA for M.U. Martinolich. 1912 renamed ERODIADE. 1917 sold to Kerr Nav. Corp. renamed KERESAN. 1921 sold to United American Line renamed MOUNT SEWARD. 1922 sold to Atlantica Trust Co. renamed DEBRECZEN. 1927 sold to P. Samuel renamed FENWELL. 1928 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed CHISLEHURST. 1933 sold to Moller & Co. renamed YOLANDE B. 1934 sold to O.E. Bertin renamed YOLANDE. 5.3.1938 wrecked Alceste Island, near Weihaiwei.

WATFORD (1928-1932)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 160552 5,421g, 123.7 x 16.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
3.7.1928 launched 8.1928 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 322 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 10.9.1932 wrecked Cape Percy, NS.

WANSTEAD (1928-1943)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 160578 5,423g, 123.7 x 16.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
29.8.1928 launched 10.1928 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 323 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 21.4.1943 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.415 near Newfoundland. 1 crew member lost.

WENDOVER (1928-1940)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 160605 5,418g, 123.7 x 16.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
9.10.1928 launched 11.1928 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 322 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 16.7.1940 shelled and scuttled by German raider Thor. 4 crew members lost.

CHATHAM (1929-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 129128 4,065g, 365.2 x 51.3 feet (111.3 x 15.5 metres)
Triple expansion steam engine by Richardsons Westgarth, Hartlepool 12 Knots
7.7.1910 launched 8.1910 completed by Irvine's Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd., West Hartlepool Yard No. 493 as LINGFIELD for Woodfield S.S. Co. Ltd. (Woods Tylor & Brown), London. 1929 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed CHATHAM. 1931 transferred Alexandria Steam Navigation Co., Alexandria, the Red Rose Line, with Watts Watts & Co. as managers renamed STAR OF CAIRO. 1936 sold to Alpha S.S. Co. Ltd. (E. Geraci), London renamed AYLSHAM. 1938 sold to W. Kunstmann, Stettin renamed GERRIT FRITZEN. 1939 to Johs. Fritzen & Sohn, Stettin 25.11.1939 wrecked on east coast of Schiermonnikoog.

NORBITON (1929-1931)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 160640 4,436g, 112.6 x 15.2 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 9 Knots
13.4.1911 launched 5.11 completed by Wm. Doxford and Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 422 as BOHEME for M.U. Martinolich. 1929 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed NORBITON. 1931 transferred Alexandria Steam Navigation Co., Alexandria, the Red Rose Line, with Watts Watts & Co. as managers renamed STAR OF ALEXANDRIA. 1933 B/U Genoa.

DARTFORD (1930-1942)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 162500 4,076g, 111.7 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
22.9.1930 launched 10.1930 completed by Smith's Dock Company, Middlesborough Yard No. 921 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 12.6.1942 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.124. 30 crew members lost.

DEPTFORD (1931-1939)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 162524 4,034g, 111.7 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
18.11.1930 launched 1.1931 completed by Smith's Dock Company, Middlesborough Yard No. 922 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 13.12.1939 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.38 near Honningsvaagstadt. 31 crew members lost.

DULWICH (1931-1940)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 162564 4,036g, 111.7 x 15.9 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
3.3.1931 launched 3.1931 completed by Smith's Dock Company, Middlesborough Yard No. 923 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 9.6.1940 bombed and sunk after grounding at mouth of Seine.Refloated repaird and seized by German Government. 1942 renamed HOLTENAU. 17.10.1942 bombed and sunk near Calais.

PUTNEY (1933-1936)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 132880 4,793g, 115.9 x 15.5 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10.5 Knots
9.12.1913 launched 3.1913 completed by Richardson Duck & Co, Stockton Yard No. 630 as DARTWEN for W.& C.T. Jones, Cardiff. 1917 seized by German Government renamed TRISCHEN. 1919 returned to England sold to J. Bell & Co., Hull renamed NEOTSFIELD. 1933 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed PUTNEY. 1936 sold to E. Geraci renamed FARNHAM. 1940 seized by Spanish Government renamed CASTILLO MONTIEL. 1964 BU Villanueva y Geltru.

WILLESDEN (1933-1942)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 148530 4,563g, 122.4 x 16.6 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 10 Knots
18.11.1924 launched 1.1925 completed by Workman Clark & Co, Belfast Yard No. 475 as ANTINOUS for T. Bowen Rees & Co., London. 1933 purchased by Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed WILLESDEN. 1.4.1942 shelled and scuttled by German raider Thor.

MORTLAKE (1936-1938)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 145510. 1,742g, 77.1 x 11.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine
3.1923 completed by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd., Newcastle Yard No. 1193 as MARJORIE S. for E.L. Anderson. 1928 sold to Affreteurs Francais renamed COURCELLES. 1929 purchased by Constants (South Wales Ltd.), Cardiff renamed RUCKINGE . 1936 sold to Watts, Watts & Co., London renamed MORTLAKE. 1938 sold to Stanhope S.S. Co. (J.A. Billmeir & Co. mgrs), London renamed STANLAKE. 14.4.1943 torpedoed and sunk by German E-boat near Lizard Head.

BLACKHEATH (1936-1945)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 164668 4,637g, 127.6 x 17.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 11 Knots
4.6.1936 launched 7.1936 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 353 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 10.1.1945 torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U.870.

BECKENHAM (1937-1953)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 165589 4,636g, 127.6 x 17.3 metres
Triple expansion steam engine 11 Knots
2.9.1937 launched 10.1937 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 367 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 7.10.1953 wrecked.

CHERTSEY (1943-1947)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 168401 6,001g,
Triple expansion steam engine
6.1.1943 launched 3.1943 completed by Wm. Pickersgill & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 257 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1947 sold to P.D. Hendry & Sons renamed KINGSBOROUGH. 1951 sold to Graig Shipping Co. renamed GRAIGLWYD, 1959 sold to Wallem & Co., Hong Kong renamed NORDWIND, 1959 sold to China renamed NAN HAI 145, 1967 renamed HONG QI 145, 1992 deleted from Register.
CHISWICK (1943-1952)
Steel screw steamship O.N. 168469 6,006g,
Triple expansion steam engine
20.5.1943 launched 7.1943 completed by Wm. Pickersgill & Sons, Sunderland Yard No. 259 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1952 sold to W.H. Schlieker & Co. renamed OLGA. 1960 B/U Boom.

GREENWICH (1943-1959)
Steel screw motorship O.N. 169615 7,292g, 4,968n 428.8 x 56.5 x 35.5 feet
2-stroke, single acting oil engine with 3 cylinders of 23 5/8 inches diameter each stroke 91 5/16 inches; 516 nominal horsepower; engine by the builders.
1.7.1943 launched 10.1943 completed by Wm. Doxford and Sons Ltd., Sunderland Yard No. 707 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1959 sold to A. Zubizarreta renamed PORTADOR. 13.4.1962 destroyed by fire.

WOOLWICH (1955-1962)
Steel screw motorship O.N. 186242 7,669g, 10,138dwt 14.18 x 17.9 metres
Oil engine 14 Knots
8.2.1955 launched 6.1955 completed by Caledon Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Ltd, Dundee Yard No. 491 for Watts, Watts & Co., London. 1962 sold to Nav. Maritime Bulgare, Varna renamed LUBEN KARAVELOV. 1976 B/U Split.





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Old 26th September 2010, 19:47
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hi, i checked WRECKSITE, and found another i have never heard of, Rupert City, checked Mirimar and they confirm it. some i can think of managed in WW2 , Fort Augustus, Fort Gaspereau, Ocean Messenger, Samoland, Empire Moat, Empire Hartebeeste, Empire Kudu, Empire Fusilier, Medee a French ship, there are more i have to find them. regards, Tony.

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Hallo Tony;
Found this link about the prince rupert
http://books.google.nl/books?id=y9nD...20CITY&f=false

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