Shonas Wreck Guide - bevs.orgShonas Wreck Guide. INTRODUCTION. This page is an index to Shonas wreck information pages. Click on one of the named wrecks below to access detailed information on that subject. Any errors or omissions should be sent to the author for inclusion. Index of Wreck Articles in UK diving magazinesSHONAS WRECKS - bevs.orgShonas Wrecks - SS Kintuck. This page is an entry in Shonas Wreck Guide. Sketch of wreck on seabed. SS Kintuck. Type: Steel Screw steamer, Schooner rigged Builders: Workman Clark & Co. Belfast Yard No: 122 Completed:1895 Dim: 410ft x 48.1 x 27.4 ft Tonnage:
SHONAS WRECKS - bevs.orgThis page is an entry in Shonas Wreck Guide. Any errors or omissions should be sent to the author for inclusion. INTRODUCTION. This page is intended to broaden the knowledge of would-be wreck divers, giving them an insight into how the wrecks that they dive, once operated as ships.
SHONAS WRECKS - bevs.orgShonas Wrecks - HMS Hood. This page is an entry in Shonas Wreck Guide. HMS Hood in 1896. HMS Hood (Royal Sovereign Class battleship) Type: Royal Sovereign class battleship The wreck now lies keel up in 15-18m of water and although a great training wreck for many years, after over 80 years in her present location, is beginning to deteriorate
SHONAS WRECKS - bevs.orgShonas Wrecks - Strathclyde. This page is an entry in Shonas Wreck Guide. Depiction of the sinking of the &39;Strathclyde&39; Name: Strathclyde Voyage: London to Bombay Ship Type: Steamship Construction: Iron Dimensions: 88.39 x 10.72 x 7.71 Port of Registry: Glasgow Owner: Burrell & Co.SHONAS WRECKS - bevs.orgShonas Wrecks - HMS Vesuvius. This page is an entry in Shonas Wreck Guide. HMS Vesuvius in Portsmouth harbour. HMS VESUVIUS (First Naval torpedo vessel, predating T.B.1 (Lightning) and HMS Polyphemus.) Type: Iron screw torpedo vessel Builders: Pembroke Dockyard Laid down:16th March 1873bevs.org - Welcome to Shonas WebsitePersonal website of Shona Beveridge. This site was thrown together to record the births of Shona, Kelsie and Tally, and to deposit some useful diving information which got evicted from its previous site!Fire-tube boiler - WikipediaA fire-tube boiler is a type of boiler in which hot gases pass from a fire through one or more tubes running through a sealed container of water. The heat of the gases is transferred through the walls of the tubes by thermal conduction, heating the water and ultimately creating steam.. The fire-tube boiler developed as the third of the four major historical types of boilers: low-pressure tank
POMERANIAN PASSENGER/CARGO SHIP 1882-1918 - WRECK WRAK The Pomeranian was a 4,364 gross ton ship, built in 1882 by Earle´s Shipbuilding Co, Hull as the Grecian Monarch for the Monarch Line. Her details were - length 381ftxbeam 43.8ft, one funnel, four masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 40-1st, 60-2nd and 1,000-3rd class.