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PS Duke of Teck (ex - Levan)
Built in 1866 by Kirkpatrick, McIntyre & Co, Port Glasgow
Dimensions : 150.2 ft x 16.2 ft
Engines: Oscillating, 2 cylinder 28 x 36 in by Rankin & Blackmore
93 Gross Registered Tons

Built for the new Gareloch service from Greenock, but sold to Keith & Campbell in 1871 after the dissolution the Greenock company
Sold after the 1875 season by Keith & Campbell to the London Steamboat Company with three other ex-Greenock & Helensburgh vessels and renamed Duke of Teck
Survived on the Thames until the company's take-over by the Victoria Steamboat Association in 1888

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