Chatham Historic Dockyard Railway
The Handyside Trials
History of Locomotive Names: SHAMROCK
Manning, Wardle & Co. Ltd. 0-4-0ST Works No.1636, Built 1904.
3 ships have borne the name H.M.S. SHAMROCK.
Was a Bold-class 12-gun brig ordered on the 16th November 1856.
It was built by Edward Larking at Kings Lynn and launched on the 8
The ship was sold on the 24
Was a Albacore-class wooden screw gunboat, built by W. & H. Pitcher at Northfeet and launched on the 13
In April 1867 the ship was sold to Marshalls of Plymouth for breaking up.
Was a Simoom[S]class destroyer, launched on the 26
In 1936 the ship was sold for scraping as part exchange for R.M.S. MAJESTIC.
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