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Launched on May 6th, 1893 by J and G Thomson at Clydebank
Engines : Compund diagonal, 26 and 55 in x 54 in
Dimensions: 200 ft x 25 ft
306 Gross Registered Tons

Built for the Glasow & South Western Railway's Clyde service
Seen most often at Rothesay and on the Kyles and the Arran run in winter
Reboilered in 1902, resulting in her funnel being moved further forward than as originally built
Went to the Aegean Sea in World War I and captured by the Turkish Navy in 1917
After the war, she stayed in Turkey as a ferry on the Bosphorus.

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