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Old 3rd April 2024, 08:50
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Bankholme

I am collecting photos of as many vessels as possible that members of my family sailed in between the 1860's and 1960's. One such vessel was the Bankholme, O.N. 96390, built 1889, lost 1896, 1157 tons, barque rigged and registered at Liverpool.
Can anyone assist or guide me?
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Old 3rd April 2024, 12:10
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Here link to Clyde built ships, if it's any help, although you probably know the details

https://www.clydeships.co.uk/view.ph...ssel=BANKHOLME

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Old 3rd April 2024, 14:20
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Also as she was built at Grangemouth I came across this reference to photos of ships built there held in Falkirk museums, so maybe useful, maybe not. Scroll down to see archive references.

https://www.falkirkleisureandculture...ne_engines.pdf

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Old 3rd April 2024, 20:47
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Thanks Ozzie, yes I had found that site.
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Thanks Ozzie, I will follow up the Falkirk museums lead.
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Also as she was built at Grangemouth I came across this reference to photos of ships built there held in Falkirk museums, so maybe useful, maybe not.
I contacted the Falkirk archives and they kindly checked their list of photos in the 2 albums but unfortunately they didn't contain a picture of the Bankholme. The archives do hold a general arrangement drawing of her.
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Bank Line did not have a ship called Bankholme, you might get a better response if you posted the request in a general 'cargo ships' sub forum.
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https://collections.falkirk.gov.uk/o...al-arrangement
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Bank Line did not have a ship called Bankholme
The Mercantile Navy List of 1890 says that the Bank Shipping Co. of Water St, Liverpool or their owners William Just and Leslie Elmslie owned the Bankhall, Bankholme, Bankville and Banklands.
I had, apparently incorrectly, assumed that was the forerunner to the Bank Line.
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