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Ribble Queen  (ex- Cloughmore, ex- Greenore)
Built in 1896 by JP Rennoldson at South Shields
109 x 22.1 ft : 213 GRT
Engine : 2 x compound diagonal  15 and 28 in x 42 in

Built for the London & North West Railway Company's Carlingford Lough service as Greenore
Renamed Cloughmore in 1912 when the original name was used for a new member of the LNWR's fleet
Sold to the Ribble Passenger Transport Company in 1922 for excursions from Preston to Southport and Liverpool and renamed Ribble Queen
Withdrawn in 1925
Scrapped in 1928

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