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Builder Henry Murray & Co, Port Glasgow
Official Nr 70763
Yard Nr  
Launched 1874
Delivered  
Length 64.1 ft
Beam 17.5 ft
Gross 55 tons
Nett 33 tons
Engine 2 Cyl Steam Compound

Built for James Currie of Bernard Street. Leith and regstered there in 1875. Nothing else is known about her but her ownership and size suggest that she was built for the trade along the Forth and Clyde Canal between the River Clyde and Forth Ports.