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THAMES CONSERVANCY DREDGER NO 1

THAMES CONSERVANCY DREDGER NO 1

General properties

Vessel type: 
SD
Flag: 
UK
Shipyard: 
Unknown

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Status: 
Historical

Last Updated

2 years 13 weeks ago

History

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About this equipment

THE FIRST STEAM-DRIVEN HOPPER on the River Thames was built at Gravesend, Kent, in 1876. She was the Thames Conservancy Hopper No. 1. Her name was later changed to Thalia, and in 1901 she was in use as a powder hulk in the Thames.

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