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EDWARD DAWSON of 1890

EDWARD DAWSON of 1890

Edward Dawson by M. Lennard & Sons; 1890; Armstrong, Mitchell & Co; 1.907 tons; 265x37x23.4; 169 nhp; triple expansion engines. The British tanker Edward Dawson ran aground and burnt out on Zoutlande bank, mouth of river Scheldt, on October 1st 1911, while carrying petroleum from Novorossik
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