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Second steel twin-screw steamer built by [J. and G. Thomson]] for [[Inman and International Co]]
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1888 Launched, 4 months after her sister ship [[RMS City of New Yorl]]
  
 
Sailed between Liverpool and New York.
 
Sailed between Liverpool and New York.

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1890.
1890.

Second steel twin-screw steamer built by [J. and G. Thomson]] for Inman and International Co

1888 Launched, 4 months after her sister ship RMS City of New Yorl

Sailed between Liverpool and New York.

Owned by Inman and International Steamship Co

1890 Involved in an accident when an engine failed and caused damage the breached the water-tight nature of the hull; the presence of sufficient bulkheads was said to be the reason for the survival of the vessel[1]

1891 For description of works see 1891 The Practical Engineer

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  1. The Engineer 1890/04/04