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Lord Tredegar (ex - Lady Margaret, ex - Carrick Castle)
Built in 1870 by J Fullerton & Co
Engines : Simple diagonal, 49 in x 54 in by W King & Co
Dimensions : 192.1 ft x 18.2 ft

Built for the Loch Goil and Loch Long Steamboat Company, sailing from Glasgow to the two named lochs
Sold in 1881 for use on the Firth of Forth
Bought in 1885 by the Hastings and St Leonards Steampship Company
Sold in 1888 to Edwards and Robertson of Cardiff for the Bristol Channel trade and renamed Lady Margaret
Renamed Lord Tredegar in 1895 when the E&R fleet was taken over by John Gunn
Scrapped in 1898

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