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Drogheda Steam Packet Company
The company was established in 1826 to link Drogheda with Liverpool, originally as the Drogheda Paddle Steamship Company. It was taken over by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company in 1902
Iverna of 1895 was the last paddle steamer built for the Irish trade

Town of Drogheda (1826-1848)
Fair Trader (1829-?)
Green Isle (1833-1845)
Irishman (1834-?)
Grainne Ueile (1835-1847)
Faugh-a-Ballagh (1844-1879)
Brian Boroimhe (1846-1880)
St Patrick (1846-?)
Leinster Lass (1849-?)
Black Eagle (1858-1896)
Colleen Bawm (1862-1901)
Lord Athlumney (1871-1888)
Tredagh (1876-1902)
Norah Creina (1878-1902)
Kathleen Mavourneen (1885-1902)
Iverna (1895-1902)

Vessels Chartered from the City of Dublin Steam Packet Company

Mersey (1829)
Liffey (1829)

Vessels acquired by the lancashire and Yorkshire Railway in 1902

Kathleen Mavourneen (1902-1903)
Tredagh (1902-1904)
Norah Creina (1902-1912)
Iverna (1902-1912)

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