british Lambert Bros. Ltd. - Temple S.S. Co - Dornoch S.S. Co. SS Preserver [+1940]
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nationality british
purpose utility
type salvage vessel
propulsion steam
date built 1927
lifted lifted
weight (tons) 630  grt
dimensions 56.3 x 9.6 x 4 m
engine 1 triple expansion engine, 1 boiler, single shaft
yard no. 283
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cause lost
date lost 24/11/1940  [dd/mm/yyyy]
casualties  max.4rank: 663
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Ferguson Brothers Shipbuilder & Engineers Ltd., Glasgow
Lambert Bros. Ltd. - Temple S.S. Co - Dornoch S.S. Co., London
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depth (m.) 15 max. / 10.4 min. (m)
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last update 24/11/2010
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Lambert Bros. Ltd. - Temple S.S. Co - Dornoch S.S. Co., London

Lambert Brothers who operated through various companies including Dornoch Steamship and Temple Steamship until 1968 when they merged into Scottish Ship Management Ltd.
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 Ferguson Brothers Shipbuilder & Engineers Ltd., Glasgow
In 1903 the company was founded in 1903 as Ferguson Brothers when the four Ferguson brothers Peter, Daniel, Louis and Robert broke away from their Fleming and Ferguson ship yard at Paisley and set up on their own as consultants before leasing the Newark Shipyard, Port Glasgow, at £500 per year. In March, 1903 they secured an order from Clyde Shipping Co. Ltd. for the building of 2 steam tugs. They began building tugs, hoppers and dredgers

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