PS Lymington (1893)
PS Lymington was a passenger vessel built for the London and South Western Railway in 1893.
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|Builder:||Day, Summers and Company, Southampton|
|Launched:||6 April 1893|
|Tonnage:||130 gross register tons (GRT)|
|Length:||120.2 feet (36.6 m)|
|Beam:||18.1 feet (5.5 m)|
|Draught:||7.7 feet (2.3 m)|
She was built by Day, Summers and Company in Southampton and launched on 6 April 1893.
She was acquired by the Southern Railway in 1923.
She was disposed of is 1929 and converted into a houseboat at Yarmouth and renamed Glengarry. Later she was used as the Norwich Sea Cadets’ training vessel Lord Nelson.
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