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S.S. LLANGORSE

artist unknown

(Amgueddfa Cymru regrets that we are not able to provide an image for this item at this time. This is either due to copyright restrictions, or the item is awaiting digitisation. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.)

Date: circa 1900

Media: gouache on paper

Size: 550 x 793 mm

Acquired: 1986; Purchase

Accession Number: 86.173I

The SS Llangorse was a trunk-decked steamer built by Ropner and Sons of Stockton-on-Tees in 1904 for Evan Thomas, Radcliffe and Co. of Cardiff. When built, she was named Clarissa Radcliffe after one of Henry Radcliffe’s daughters; she was re-named in 1917. Sold to Londonowners in 1924, she passed to Greek and Panamanian owners before being scrapped by Wards at Milford Haven in 1952.

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