Collection of Rick Cox
1887, 2140grt, 86.9 x 11.6m, steam
Blyth S.B. Co. (60) for Chas. Hill & Sons, Bristol
1919 Bristol City Line of Steamships
Broken up at Genoa 06/1925
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