X.105

Class: 
105.5 foot, powered; Nos X.1 - X.200
Launch Date: 
1915
Builder: 
J. T. Eltringham & Co., Willington Quay, Tyne
Yard No: 
320
Engine: 
PLE

1919 in Northern Russia

06/1920 sold to M. S. Hilton as agent.

31/05/1926 to London register with James Dredging, Towage & Transport Co Ltd, London as SWAY (ON 149710, 141grt 90nrt)

Engine 1 cyl. Plenty & Son, Newbury, 46bhp, 4 knots

1936 sold to J J Prior (Transport) Ltd, London
1938 (135grt 51nrt)
1939 re-engined M3cy 110bhp 7kn Deutz

1963 renamed SIDNEY P.

1964 rebuilt by Smith & Donovan & James Pollock, Sons & Co., Faversham

Re-registered London in 1964 due to altered depth

1964 re-engined Skandia M2cyl, 150bhp

1969 re-engined M6cy 180bhp 8kn Bergius-Kelvin

05/1987 sold to Grange Marine Services Ltd, Sark & Queenborough and renamed MARGARET G.

12/1987 sold to Lavington International Ltd, Gibraltar [presumably operated by Grange Marine, see also X 81] and later on to Gambia

As MARGARET G, photo by Richard Myers
As MARGARET G, photo by Richard Myers
As MARGARET G, photo by Richard Myers
As MARGARET G, photo by Richard Myers
As MARGARET G, photo from Ted Ingham, at Queenborough
As MARGARET G, photo from Ted Ingham, at Queenborough
As SIDNEY P, photo by Derek Sands passing Tilbury on 27/6/1983
As SIDNEY P, photo by Derek Sands passing Tilbury on 27/6/1983
As SIDNEY P  passing Greenwich on 29/6/1968
As SIDNEY P passing Greenwich on 29/6/1968
as SIDNEY P  near Blackfriars Bridge on 29/6/1976
as SIDNEY P near Blackfriars Bridge on 29/6/1976
as SIDNEY P  outward at Woolwich on 30/4/1980
as SIDNEY P outward at Woolwich on 30/4/1980
As MARGARET G outward at Silvertown on 16/09/1994
As MARGARET G outward at Silvertown on 16/09/1994

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