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British Industrial History

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PS Victoria

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1889. Engines by Alexander Stephen and Sons.
1891. Between Dover and Calais in the storm.

1886 The Victoria was built bv the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company for the Chatham and Dover Company's channel service.

1892 Accident to the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway Company's s.s. Victoria, damaging the paddles on one side when entering Calais during a gale on 7th December 1891.

c.1896 Another ship bearing the same name was built for Cosens and Co of Weymouth

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