|Owner: G.H. Pattinson. [?])|
Area: Windermere (UK).
LOA: 27', LWL: 25'.
Carvel pine on oak, teak deck
Straight stem, counter stern. White, black gunwale with gold line. Aft canvas canopy, wheel steering.
|ENGINE||Compound, 3" + 6" x 5".|
Valve(s): sv, Gear: SLRG.
No.709. On 4 turned columns, Xhead driven fp, 14 IHP, 350 rpm, Kcond.
Fuel: paraffin, Pressure: 120 psi, Output: 250 lbs/hr.
24" dia x 24" high, hand fp, injector, blower, modified Lune Valley burner, white funnel with black band.
|PROP||3 blades, RH, 22" x 36".|
|HISTORY||Originally owned by I.Storey and Jack Kitchen, used for experiments with remote radio control on Windermere in 1904. 1932-64 motor work boat for Borwick’s (Windermere) Ltd. Acquired 1966 by L. D. Goldsmith, hull restored by Harry Berryman, Guernsey, steam fitted by A. J. Mothersele. Acquired by George Pattinson 1984, now in Windermere Steamboat Museum. (1963 engine fitted in cabin cruiser LANGSTON QUEEN).|
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