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Name: OSBORNE
Type: Cargo Ship
Launched: 19/02/1894
Completed: 04/1894
Builder: CS Swan & Hunter
Yard: Wallsend
Yard Number: 185
Dimensions: 3133grt, 2033nrt, 335.0 x 42.6 x 19.3ft
Engines: T3cyl (26, 42 & 69 x 48ins), 326nhp
Engines by: G Clark Ltd, Sunderland
Propulsion: 1 x Screw, 11.0knots
Construction: Steel
Reg Number: 102675
History:
04/1894 Raeburn & Verel, Glasgow
1898 T Ronaldson & Co Ltd, London; renamed ENGLISH KING
1905 A/S Montblanc (C Eitzen & Co), Christiania; renamed MONTBLANC
1905 A/S Det ěstasiatiske Kompagni, Copenhagen; renamed SIBIRIEN
1909 Bombay & Persia Steam Navigation Co Ltd, London
1912 Renamed MANSURI
1915 Bank Line Ltd (A Weir & Co), Glasgow
17/11/1916 Sank
Comments: 17/11/1916: Sailed from the Tyne with a cargo of coal and
presumed sunk by a mine in the North Sea on the same day


Profile & Decks plan as SIBIRIEN is copyright of the Museet for Sofart. Click HERE to enlarge

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Shields Daily News, Thursday, 12/04/1894