of iron by Thomas B. Seath Rutherglen, of Glasgow, in 1883.
measured 161 ft. long x 23.25 ft. wide x 11 ft. high.
with two compound direct-acting vertical inverted engines of 60 h.p. combined.
tonnage was 352.92 tons.
by J.S. Mack of Liverpool she was en-route from Workington to Dundalk with a cargo
of steel rails.
a Force 4 gale she struck Dunany Point but drifted off and sank in deeper water.
John Quirk and her crew of ten took to the lifeboat and survived the ordeal.
1892-3 the cargo of steel rails, engines, masts and working gear were salvaged.