american SS C.B. Lockwood (+1902)
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general
nationality american
purpose transport
type cargo - bulk carrier
propulsion steam
date built 1890
status
live live
details
weight (tons) 2139  grt
dimensions 86.9 x 13.7 x 5.8 m
material wood
engine 23", 37", 62" x 40" triple expansion engine, 3-11.5' x 12' scotch boilers, single shaft, 1 screw
power 900  h.p.
speed 15  knots
yard no. 141
IMO/Off. no. 126650
about the loss
cause lost foundered
other reasons gale/storm
date lost 13/10/1902  [dd/mm/yyyy]
casualties  max.10rank: 652
about people
builder
Thomas Quayle & Sons, Cleveland
engine by
[1] Hodge & Co - Samuel F. Hodge & Co, Detroit
[2] Lake Erie Boilerworks, Buffalo
last owner
[1]Gilchrist Transportation Co., Cleveland
SS C.B. Lockwood (+1902)
period 1900 ~ 1902
IMO/Off. no.: 126650
prev. owners
[2]Pennington B.L. et al, Cleveland
SS C.B. Lockwood
period 1890 ~ 1900
IMO/Off. no.: 126650
captain Saph Casius
no. of crew 19
about the wreck
depth (m.)
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protected yes
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Gothro Phil01/11/2012When launched, the Lockwood was the first of the 45 foot beam vessels and the last large wooden ship built by Quayle. The Lockwood would to go on and set speed records in her brief history. Bound for Buffalo, she foundered in a gale, her crew abandoning in two lifeboats. One was picked up by the steamer NISBET GRAMMER, the other was found upside-down on a nearby beach. Owned by Gilchrist Trans., Cleveland Master: Capt.

Casius M. Saph.
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About Builders
 Thomas Quayle & Sons, Cleveland
Thomas Quayle, a shipbuilder from the Isle of Man, started this shipyard in 1847, first with John Cody as his partner (1847-1849), then with Luther Moses (1849-1854), then with John Martin (1854-1873), and finally with his three sons (1873-1890). The yard was on Stones Levee at West 3rd Street

Hodge & Co - Samuel F. Hodge & Co, Detroit
The Samuel F. Hodge & Co. was a manufacturer of marine engines in Detroit. Originally established in 1863 under the name of Cowie, Hodge & Co. In 1883 it was incorporated as the Samuel F. Hodge & Company. They turned out 125 engines between 1884 and 1899. They built the first triple expansion engine to be used on the Great Lakes. It was placed in the Roumania on October 2, 1886.

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