ABERDEEN BUILT SHIPS


Name
KILDRUMMY
Construction
STEEL
Type
COASTER
Date
1924
Official Number
144825
Description
Yard Number: 687
Date of Build/Launch: December 1924

Subsequent Names: COQUETDALE; DEEDALE

Raised quarter deck coaster

Triple expansion 3 cylinder steam engine of 84 H.P.
1 single ended boiler of 190 p.s.i. - both by Hall Russell & Co. Ltd

Quarter deck 111 feet long, bridge deck 10 feet, forecastle 25 feet.
Cellular double bottom tank of 152 ton capacity.
Fore peak tank 31 ton, after peak tank 19 ton.

Owners given as the Aberdeen Newcastle & Hull Steam Co., of 79 Regent Quay, Aberdeen trading between, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Hull and Stockton.

Lloyd's Register 1930-1931 gives the KILDRUMMY as managed by Ralph C. Cowder of 26, East Dock St., Dundee.

Lloyd's Register 1937-1938 gives owners as Dundee, Perth & London Shipping Co. Ltd at 26, East Dock St., Dundee. Special Survey at Dundee in June 1937.

Lloyd's Register 1947-1948 gives change of name (1947) to COQUETDALE and owned by Coquet Shipping Co. Ltd at Durnford House, 12/14 Dean Street, Newcastle on Tyne and Managers as Anthony & Bainbridge of the same address.

Lloyd's Register 1951-1952 gives same owners and managers. Special Survey at Newcastle in February 1951 and a note that cargo battens not fitted which suggests she now carried bulk cargoes such as coal etc.

Sold in 1951 to Deeside Shipping Co. Ltd with Managers Thomas Rose & Co. of 38 West Sunniside, Sunderland and name changed to DEEDALE.

1959 sold for breaking up in the Netherlands during the quarter ended 30 September 1959.
Owner
Aberdeen, Newcastle and Hull Steam Navigation Company, Aberdeen
Shipbuilder
Hall, Russell & Company, Limited
Dimensions
length 175 5/12' x breadth 27 1/3' x depth 13 5/12'
gross tonnage: 629 ton

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