Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Two - The Era of Optimism, Investment & Development - The age of global trade and optimism . . .

c.1905 - s.s. 'Frankby' being coaled at tips numbers 19 and 20 at Penarth Dock.

c.1905 - s.s. 'Frankby' built in 1904, being coaled at the new tips numbers 19 and 20 at Penarth Dock. Another fine photograph borrowed from Geoffrey A. North's series of books Images of Wales specifically relating to Penarth and Sully. [616] [20171206]

The vessel was operated at this date by the Palace Shipping Company of Liverpool. She was subsequently sold in 1920 to the Indian Scindia Steam Navigation Company, renamed 'Jalapalka' and met her fate in January 1942 when she was sunk by a Japanese submarine whilst on a voyage from Bombay to Rangoon. [617]

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