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Falls of Clyde

Falls of Clyde

The Falls of Clyde was built in 1878 by Russell and Company in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland, launched as the first of nine iron-hulled four-masted ships for Wright and Breakenridge's Falls Line.[1] She was named after the Falls of Clyde, a group of waterfalls up the River Clyde, and built to t

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I T APPEARS HER NEW OWNERS HAVE DONE NOTHING ALSO, ? VERY SAD, WHEN ITS TOO LATE THEY WILL WANT TO START. SHIPS LIKE THIS CANNOT BE REPLACED.
 

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