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SS Tauric

SS Tauric
Career
Name: Tauric (1891–1903)
Welshman (1903–)
Owner: White Star Line
Operator: Dominion Line (1903–1921)
Leyland Line (1921–1929)
Builder: Harland and Wolff
Yard number: 237
Launched: 1891
Completed: 16 May 1891
Fate: Scrapped 1929
General characteristics
Type: Livestock carrier
Tonnage: 5,727 GRT
SS Tauric was an ocean liner built in 1891 by Harland and Wolff for the White Star Line and completed on 16 May 1891.[1] Though designed as a livestock carrier, Tauric carried a small amount of cabin-(second-) and steerage-(third-) class passengers. Her maiden voyage began at Liverpool and ended at New York. After this, Tauric began running the Liverpool to Portland route. In 1903, the White Star Line had the ship chartered to the Dominion Line, now taking on the name Welshman. The Dominion Line in turn transferred her to the Leyland Line in 1921. She was scrapped eight years later, in 1929.

References

  1. ^ McCluskie, Tom (2013). The Rise and Fall of Harland and Wolff. Stroud: The History Press. p. 121.  
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