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Glendale (ex- La Belgique, ex-  Flamingo, ex- Paris) 
Launched on June 15th 1875 by John Elder & Co, Govan, Scotland
Dimensions: 220 ft x 25 ft (67 x 7.7 m)
Twin cylinder oscillating engines : 41 and 72 in x 60 in
483 GRT

Built for the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Company as Paris
In 1888 she was sold to the Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company of Govan, Scotland
In 1892 she was sold to Ballin for service between Hamburg and Helgoland and renamed Flamingo
In 1895 she was sold to R Barnwell of Glasgow
In 1897 she was sold to WM Rhodes of London and renamed La Belgique
In 1902 she was sold to David McBrayne and renamed Glendale
Wrecked at Cove Point, Mull of Kintyre, Scotland on July 20th 1905 whilst on passage from Glasgow to the isle of Islay

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