Ships Built At Blyth

A history of Shipbuilding at Blyth – A list of vessels built at Blyth 

  • ADELPHI: Snow Brig, built by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook 1782.
  • AGENORA: Snow Brig, built by Alexander & John Davidson in 1805.
  • ALN: Barque, launched at Blyth in April 1855 by G Bowman & T Drummond. 1864 re-rigged as a Brigatine of 269grt, wrecked near Oostmahorn, Holland, 06/11/1867.
  • ALPHA: Brigantine, built by John Manners & William Bates at Blyth.
  • ALSTON: Steam Cargo Ship 1,818grt, launched 12/04/1892 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: CASTRO URDIALES [1899]: BROSUND [1916], GANZEVILLE [1920]: Broken up 1924.
  • AMITY: Snow Brig, built by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth 1805.
  • ANN: Snow Brig, built 1811 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • ANN: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1761: Builders unknown.
  • ANN: Snow Brig, built by Alexander & John Davidson Jr. 1808.
  • BACCHUS: Snow Brig, built by John Davidson at Blyth 1816.
  • BAINES HAWKINS: Cargo Ship 746grt, launched 09/09/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, wrecked in ice off Scatarie Is 10/03/1906.
  • BATTENHALL: Steam Cargo Ship 2,174grt, launched 15/08/1901 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: Capelhall [1917], Kitakata Maru [1924], torpedoed [HMS DRUM] 25/05/1942.
  • BELFORD: Brigantine, built 1813 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • BENSOM: Brigantine, built by Alexander & John Davidson 1807.
  • BETSY: Snow Brig, built 1812 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • BETTSY & NELIA: Snow Brig, built 1814 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • BHC FERRY NO 6: Motor Ferry: Built by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited 1962.
  • BLAGDON: Cargo Ship 2,062grt, launched 28/07/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, missing 10/12/1889: Believed foundered off Hango. .
  • BLYTH REPAIRER 1: Motor Launch, built by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited 1946. .
  • BLYTH REPAIRER 2: Motor Launch, built by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited 1948. .
  • BLACKWOOD: Cargo Ship 1,230grt, launched 10/07/1907 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. .
  • BLYTH: Sloop, built 1793 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook. .
  • BRITANNIA: Snow Brig, built 1816 by John Davidson at Blyth. .
  • BYWELL: Steam Cargo Ship 1,522grt, launched 20/08/1913 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed (UB-21) off Scarborough 29/03/1917. .
  • CAENNAISE: Steam Cargo Ship 1,882grt, launched Thursday 25/11/1920 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: BOREE [1928], collided and sank 2nm N/E East Dudgeon LV 26/03/1936. .
  • CAIRNIE: Steam Cargo Ship 248grt, launched 08/01/1891 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. .
  • CAMSWAN: Steam Cargo Ship 3,426grt. Completed 10/1917 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Sunk after collision (POLBRAE) 8nm off St Catherine’s Point 19/10/1917. .
  • CARIOCA SHELL: Oil Barge, built 1949 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • CARRON: Snow Brig, launched August 1861 by the Floating Dock Co: Blyth. Wrecked near Campbeltown off Patterson’s Rock 1867. .
  • CASTLEGATE: Cargo Ship 1,783grt, launched 12/12/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, crushed in ice 240nm E Cape Race 27/03/1893. .
  • CASTLEHILL: Cargo Ship 1,840grt, launched 18/03/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: Spanish Prince [1892]: Buenos Aires [1895], Espero [1899], TIGULLIO [ 1902]: Broken up Italy 1q/1924. .
  • CATHERINE: Snow Brig, built 1816 by John Davidson at Blyth. .
  • CHANCELLORS: Brigantine, built by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook in 1789. .
  • CHING PING: Passenger/Cargo Ship 886grt, launched 25/09/1890 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: TE YI [1894], CHING PING [1900], wrecked Shitau Bay, Shantung 27/02/1908. .
  • COMMERCE: Brigantine, built by Joseph Davidson & David Munro in 1806 at Blyth. .
  • CONSTANT ANN: Sloop, built at Blyth 1740: Builders unknown. .
  • CONSTANTINE: Steam Cargo Ship 1,459grt, launched 03/06/1909 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company Limited. Other Names: DEVONBRAE [1927], MARY [1932], YPANIS [1938], scuttled Piraeus 11/10/1944. .
  • CORA: Brigantine, built by Edward Watts at Blyth, 1801. .
  • CORENNIE: Cargo Ship 624grt, launched 27/08/1889 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Beached at Bath, R. Schelde 18/02/1906.
  • CRANE PONTOON: Barge, built 1911 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited. .
  • CRAYFORD: Steam Cargo Ship 1,209grt, launched 21/10/1911 ~ Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Co Ltd, torpedoed and sunk 110 miles south-west of Skudesnes 13/03/1918. .
  • CROFT: Cargo Ship 2,675grt, launched 09/04/1891 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Missing – sailed New York 26/01/1899 for Leith. .
  • CROFTON: Sloop, built by Mathew Watson at Blyth 1788. .
  • CROWN: Period 1889 ~ 1897: Builder: Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd. Other name: TUBORG : period 1897 ~ 1913. .
  • DAUNTLESS: Steam Cargo Ship 2,157grt, launched 18/05/1897 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sunk by submarine 10nm from La Coubre Point 04/02/1917. .
  • DAWN: Snow rigged Brig: Built 1806 by Henry and William Wright. .
  • DAYBREAK: Steam Cargo Ship 3,102grt, launched Wednesday 10/09/1919 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company Limited, laid down as War Temple, renamed AIKOKU MARU [1924], wrecked off Cape Shakotan 12/01/1937. .
  • DE GREVE: Steam Cargo Ship 3,016grt, launched 15/12/1906 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited. Other Names: ANGELIS CAMBITSIS [1924], DESPINA [1934], explosion & fire 09.7.52 & drifted aground 20nm from Rabagh. .
  • DIAMOND: Sloop, built 1817 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth. .
  • DIAMOND: Sloop, built 1785 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook. .
  • DILSTON: Steam Cargo Ship 1,530grt, launched Thursday 20/02/1913 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: ARNIS [1935], KEITUM [1941], TSESAR KUNIKOV [1946], deleted from Shipping Register 1960-70 period. .
  • DINGWALL: Cargo Ship 2,128grt, launched 20/10/1892 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: GEMINI [1913]. .
  • DOROTHY: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1782: Builders unknown. .
  • DUKE OF BEDFORD: Built 1811 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • DUNMAIL: Steam Cargo Ship 3,054grt, launched 03/04/1919 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, laid down as War Harbour , Other Names: WOOSUNG MARU [1924], foundered 17/05/1943.
  • EALING: Cargo Ship 2,026grt, launched 04/02/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, wrecked near Isaac’s Harbour, NS, 06/01/1896.
  • ELEANOR: Brigantine, vessel known to have been built by John Manners & William Bates at Blyth.
  • ELIZABETH: Sloop, built by Mathew Watson at Blyth in 1787.
  • ELLERAY: Steam Cargo Ship 1,201grt, launched 02/08/1905 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Missing – sailed Hartlepool 03/01/1922 for London.
  • ELSDON: Steam Cargo Ship 1,522grt, launched 14/12/1913 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Missing – sailed Immingham 18/12/1925 for Odense.
  • ELTERWATER: Steam Cargo Ship 1,228grt, launched 10/09/1907 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Mined 3nm East of Scarborough 16/12/1914.
  • EMPIRE PASSMORE: Steam Cargo Ship, launched 6th October 1945: By Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited, later names: BELURU period 1949~1954, JALABALA period 1954~1962.
  • ENTERPRISE: Brigantine, built 1800 by Henry Debord at North Blyth.
  • EVERINGHAM: Cargo Ship 3,036grt, launched 19/10/1899 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: POLCARNE [1912], SKOGLAND [1913], SKUDEFJORD [1931], LEDAAL [1934], GERODIMOS [1946], ABANT [1949]: Broken up Istanbul 4q/1959.
  • EXETER CITY: Cargo Ship 2,140grt, launched 18/10/1887 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Genoa 06/1925.
  • FANNIE BERTHA: Cargo Ship 741grt, launched 05/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, capsized in Mezen River 02/08/1889.
  • FLORENCE: Cargo Ship 349grt: Built 05/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, missing – sailed Danzig 07/12/1906 for Nykobing.
  • FRACAISE: Steam Cargo Ship 1,882grt, launched Saturday 31/07/1920 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd. Other Names: MEDEE [1928], collision and sank 12/07/1955.
  • FRIENDS: Built by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth, 1803.
  • FU PING: Passenger/Cargo Ship 886grt, launched 24/11/1890 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: TE JEN [1894], FU PING [1900], CHOSAN MARU [1906}, wrecked near Keelung 31/08/1912.
  • GALLIUM: Cargo Ship 1,775grt, launched 02/05/1924 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Caen 20/10/1958.
  • GAMEN: Cargo Ship 2,617grt, launched 07/05/1902 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sunk by submarine, off Isles of Scilly 08/09/1916.
  • GEMINI: Brigantine, built 1788 by Mathew Watson at Blyth.
  • GEMINI: Steam Cargo Ship: Built 1892 by the Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd.
  • GENERAL NAPIER: Cargo Ship 1,731grt, launched 04/08/1883 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, wrecked near Berville, River Seine 30/12/1886.
  • GEORGE: Snow Brig, built 1815 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • GEORGE: Sloop, built by Alexander Davidson, David Munro and others at Blyth in 1814.
  • GEORGE & JANE: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1785: Builders unknown.
  • GEORGE & JANE PINK: Built at Blyth 1761: Builders unknown.
  • GEORGE & THOMAS: Schooner: Built in 1819 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • GLEANER: Brigantine, built by Alexander & John Davidson Jr in 1811.
  • GODMUNDING: Steam Cargo Ship 1,264grt, launched 13/01/1888 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd. Other Names: LILY [1889], OTEREN [1903], GRENMAR [1915], HOVDE [1916], torpedoed 11nm N/W Ile de Batz 15/10/1917.
  • GOIMUNDING: Steam Cargo Ship: Built by Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co Ltd.in 1890, wrecked May 1898.
  • GONDOLA: Cargo Ship 1,676grt, launched 10/08/1892 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other name: LINWOOD [1894]. Missing – sailed Gibraltar 22/01/1917 for Maryport.
  • GOOD INTENT: Schooner: Built at Blyth in 1769: Builders unknown.
  • GRAB NO 4: Towing Barge, built 1928 by Cowpen Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • GRASMERE: Steam Cargo Ship 600grt, launched 08/09/1904 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: MADEMOISELLE EDMERE [1918], EDMEE [1921], LONDON TRADER [1928], OLD TRADER [1934], FELLSIDE [1934], LEADENHALL [1937], TAVIS [1937]. Missing – sailed Alexandroupolis 25/11/1937 for Piraeus.
  • GREENWOOD: Steam Cargo Ship 1,117grt, launched 14/05/1903 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: SAINT-MARCOUF [1914], torpedoed (UC75) 29/07/1917.
  • HALICORE: Snow Brig, launched at Blyth October 1853. 1864 struck a rock near New Hellesund and abandoned.
  • HALLS: Snow Brig, built by John Davidson at Blyth in 1814.
  • HANBURY: Cargo Ship 489grt, launched 29/11/1895 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: EAST COAST [1905], LE GABON [1906], foundered in tow off Mauritania, W Africa 01/08/1925.
  • HARTBURN: Steam Cargo Ship 2,367grt, launched 13/07/1900 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, mined by submarine [UC62) 10nm S Anvil Point 15/10/1917.
  • HARVEY SCOTT: Steam Cargo Ship 1,459grt, launched 07/11/1908 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: BADI [1913], MARCEL [1915], sunk by explosive device from submarine 05/09/1916.
  • HMS BALUCHISTAN (J182): Royal Indian Navy Minesweeper 656grt, laid down as HMS GREENOCK, launched 11/05/1942 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sold 22/01/1959 broken up Pakistan.
  • HMS BARBICAN(Z43): Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 14/03/1938 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Inverkeithing 09/08/1968 [T.W.Ward]
  • HMS BARBOUR(Z169): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 09/04/1941 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Bo’ness 30/04/1952 (P.& W.MacLellan]
  • HMS BARCASTLE (Z09): Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched Monday 25/07/1938 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sold 24/10/1962: Broken up Portsmouth [H.G.Pounds]
  • HMS BARCLOSE (Z174): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 13/10/1941 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Dalmuir 08/08/1962 [Arnott Young]
  • HMS BARCOTE (Z52): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 08/02/1940 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd.sold 2/03/1963 & broken up in the Netherlands.
  • HMS BARDELL(Z195): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 12/01/1942 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sold at Freetown 17/03/1950.
  • HMS BARMILL(Z67): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 730grt, launched 16/10/1940 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd, sold 14/05/1958 & broken up Antwerp.
  • HMS BAYONET (Z05): Boom Defence Vessel 530grt Launched 08/11/1938 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • HMS GAILLARDIA: RN Sloop, Submarine Decoy Vessel 1,250grt, launched 19/05/1917 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, mined in the North Sea 22/03/1918.
  • HMS KATHIAWAR (J155): Royal Indian Navy Minesweeper: Laid down as HMS HARTLEPOOL, launched 14/07/19 42 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: CHITTAGONG [1947~1956]: Broken up Pakistan 1956.
  • HMS SIGNET (Z10): Bar Class Boom Defence Vessel 530grt, launched 03/05/1939 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd.
  • HMS SONNET: Bayonet Class Boom Defence Vessel 530grt, launched 12/07/1939 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd.
  • HOPE: Snow Brig, built by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook in 1786.
  • HOPPER BARGE No.6: Hopper 1,076grt, launched Thursday 23/12/1965 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: MIDNAPORE [1991]
  • HUDWORTH: Steam Cargo Ship 3,966grt, launched 17/05/1916 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed [U-35] 06/01/1917.
  • IBERIA: Steam Cargo Ship: Built 1905 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • INDUSTRY: Bigantine: Built by Morrison & Debord in 1800 at North Blyth.
  • INGLEMOOR: Steam Cargo Ship 4,331grt, launched Saturday 26/10/1912 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed [U-39] 75nm off Lizard Head 01/07/1915.
  • INTEGRITY: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1784: Builders unknown.
  • INVERGORDON: Built by Gregson at Blyth in 1974.
  • IOLANTHA: Cargo Ship 740grt, launched 12/01/1884 ~ Blyth Iron Shipbuilding Co, ltd., Cowpen Quay. Other Names: JOLANTHA [1888]: Broken up Copenhagen 07/02/1948.
  • ISABELLA: Snow Brig, built by Morrison & Debord at North Blyth in 1802.
  • JAMES & ANN: Snow Brig, built by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth in 1818.
  • JAMES & MARY: Snow Brig, built at Blyth 1764: Builders unknown.
  • JANE: Brigantine, built 1805 by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth.
  • JANE BIRD: Cargo Ship 247grt: Built 1849 ~ G Robinson: Blyth.
  • JEAN & MARY: Snow Brig, built 1818 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • JOHN: Sloop, built at Blyth 1783: Builders unknown.
  • JOHN & DOROTHY: Snow Brig, built at Blyth 1810 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • JOHNS: Snow Brig, built 1818 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • KILMORACK: Steam Cargo Ship 2,091grt, launched 08/06/1891 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Other Names: FIRGROVE [1912], OKSFJORD [1915], wrecked South West Ile Houat 13/11/1915.
  • KRAUMIRIE: Steam Cargo Ship: Built 1902 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • KARAWEERA: Iron Steam Cargo Ship 1,613grt, launched 31/08/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, wrecked in the Fitzroy River 08/07/1902.
  • KIRKWALL: Cargo Ship 2,081grt, launched 17/09/1894 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Other Names: ALEMANIA [1900], ILUNTZAR-MENDI [1916]: Broken up Bilbao 1937.
  • KRIM: Cargo Ship 1,762grt, launched 26/10/1889 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Missing – sailed Philadelphia 24/01/1901 for Vera Cruz.
  • LADY MILDRED: Steam Cargo Ship 2,180grt, launched 14/11/1901 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Wrecked at Waterloo Point, Australia 14/02/1909.
  • LCT 7063: Landing Craft 350grt, launched 03/1944 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay.
  • LCT 7064: Landing Craft 350grt, launched 03/1944 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay.
  • LOMBARD: Cargo Ship 2,580grt, launched 18/03/1895 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Other Names: BUSHU MARU [1907], missing – sailed Dairen 24/12/1921 for Takao.
  • LONGBENTON: Steam Cargo Ship 924grt, launched 05/09/1898 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay.
  • LORD MELVILLE: Built 1810 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • LORD PRESIDENT: Sloop, built 1790 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook.
  • LOTHIAN: Snow Brig, launched September 1860 by Bowman at Blyth for Watts, Milburn & Co.
  • LUCERNE: Brigantine, launched 09/1865 by Floating Dock Co at Blyth, wrecked mouth of the River Tyne 06/01/1867.
  • MANDARIN: Steam Cargo Ship 1,867grt, launched 24/08/1891 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: HONG LEONG [1894], TAITO MARU [1900]: Broken up 1931.
  • MARY: Snow Brig, built 1810 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • MARY: Brigantine, built 1804 by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth.
  • MARYS: Sloop, built 1805 by Alexander & John Davidson.
  • MARYS: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1784: Builders unknown.
  • MATTEO PREMUDA: Cargo Ship 1,087grt, launched 24/03/1890 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Cowpen Quay. Other Names: ST.NICOLAS [1899], ZELANDIA [1907], foundered off Denmark 23/06/1910.
  • MAY SCOTT: Steam Cargo Ship 1,465grt, launched 08/05/1909 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: MAI [1927]: Broken up Tallin 1960.
  • MAYFLOWER: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1784: Builders unknown.
  • MEDOMSLEY: Steam Cargo Ship 3,048grt, launched 26/12/1905 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Renamed: LADY ASTLEY {1920]: Broken up Charlestown 22/08/1933 [Metal Industries]
  • MIDDLESEX: Snow Brig, built by Alexander & John Davidson Jr. 1808.
  • MONTSERRAT: Cargo Ship 1,249grt, launched 10/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: MONSERRATE [1886], MONTSERRAT [1888], missing – sailed Nanaimo 06/12/1894 for San Francisco.
  • MURIEL: Steam Cargo Ship 105grt, launched 12/05/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby: Blyth for owners in Colchester, stripped & beached at Townsville 1930.
  • NAUTILUS: Brigantine, built 1783 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook.
  • NEPTUNE: Snow rigged Brig: Built 1792 by Edward Watts at Blyth.
  • NER NO 5: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 6: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 7: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 8: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 9: Barge, built 1909 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 10: Barge, built 1909 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 11: Barge, built 1909 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 12: Barge, built 1909 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • NER NO 14: Hopper Barge 672grt, launched 05/07/1911 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Bruges 1964 [Van Heyghen Freres]
  • NER NO 15: Hopper Barge 672grt, launched 10/08/1911 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Bruges 1964 [Van Heyghen Freres]
  • NORMAN PRINCE: Steam Cargo Ship 1,189grt, launched 30/10/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby: Blyth. Renamed LOGNA [01/12/1896], wrecked near Oxelosund 11/12/1898.
  • NOTTON: Steam Cargo Ship 3,096grt, laid down as WAR MINARET, launched 11/1919 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: Rose Schiaffino [1923], torpedoed 03/11/1941.
  • OECONOXY: Snow Brig, built 1811 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • PEACE: Cargo Ship 1,696grt, launched 03/01/1889 ~ Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd, sunk after collision off Lisbon 27/12/1895.
  • PEACE: Snow Brig, built 1818 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • PELHAM: Cargo Ship 350grt, launched 18/05/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, struck wreckage & sank South Stack 31/08/1888. PERIERE: A four-masted full rigged ship: Built by Blyth Dry Dock Co in 1888.
  • PERSEVERANCE: Brigantine, built 1799 by Robert Stoker at Blyth.
  • PERSEVERANCE: Brigantine, built 1796 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook.
  • PHYLLIS HUDSON: Steam Lighter: Builder: Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd. in 1915.
  • PLESSEY: Cargo Ship 1,649grt, launched 02/03/1881 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay, foundered off Wapau, Krou Coast 23/06/1901.
  • PRODANO: Cargo Ship 2,476grt, launched 21/04/1890 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Wrecked at St Mary’s Bay, Newfoundland 02/10/1899.
  • PROSPEROUS: Sloop, built at Blyth 1757: Builders unknown.
  • RANGER: Barque, built at Blyth 1782: Builders unknown.
  • RAPEL: Passenger/Cargo Ship 1,193grt, launched 30/04/1888 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, wrecked Smyth Channel 20/05/1889.
  • RAVENSTONE: Steam Cargo Ship 3,049grt, launched 18/07/1905 ~ Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited. Operated in 1917 as decoy under the name DONLEVON.
  • RENGAM: Cargo Ship 265grt, launched Thursday 12/09/1946 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: PULAU PERAK II [1962], DELIMA 101 [1967], PAAL DUA [1973], HAI SOON, ASEAN.
  • RICHARD & ANN: Snow Brig, built 1810 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr at Blyth.
  • RICHARD & ANN: Snow Brig, built 1818 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • RIDLEY: Brigantine, built 1798 by Robert Stoker at Blyth.
  • RIDLEY: Barque: Built at Blyth before 1783: Builders unknown.
  • RIDLEY: Steam Cargo Ship 3,323grt, launched Tuesday 22/04/1913 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: Gilwen Manor [1922], Seven Seas Trader [1927], wrecked SE point Long Is: Bahamas 14/11/1934.
  • RIO AZUL: Steam Cargo Ship 4,088grt, launched Tuesday 25/01/1921 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed 29/06/1941.
  • RIO CLARO: Steam Cargo Ship 4,086grt, launched 19/10/1922 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed 06/09/1939.
  • ROCKBREAKER No 1: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • ROCKBREAKER No 2: Barge, built 1906 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • ROCKCLIFF: Sloop, built 1817 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • ROTHIEMAY: Cargo Ship 1,690grt, launched 24/05/1884 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co. Other Names: HEEMSE [1900], AUGUST MULLER [1904], wrecked Lohme, Rugen Is 23/09/1909 & broken up Stettin.
  • RUBY 48: Sloop, built 1797 by Edmund Hannay at Blythnook. RYHOPE: Steam Cargo Ship 1,334grt. Completed 08/1907 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: LYSLAND [1924], VOMERO [1951].
  • RYTON: Steam Cargo Ship 3,991grt, launched Thursday 30/10/1913 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Ran over the submerged U-39 & sank 05/08/1917.
  • SAILOR PRINCE: Cargo Ship 1,229grt, launched 18/07/1882 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: ABERFOYLE [1898], Nicolaos [1914], sunk by submarine off Cape Ferrato, Sardinia 01/03/1917.
  • SALAMANDER: Brigantine, built 1806 by Henry Debord at North Blyth.
  • SALAMANDER: Snow Brig, built 1811 by Henry Debord at North Blyth.
  • SANDERSON: Brigantine, built 1802 by Morrison & Debord at North Blyth.
  • SHAWFORD: Built 1915 Blyth Shipbuilding & Drydock Co, ltd.
  • SHEAF DON: Steam Cargo Ship 2,172grt, launched 26/10/1916 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, wrecked Finsboerne Rock, Langesund 23/02/1926.
  • SHEAF FIELD: Steam Cargo Ship 2,719grt, launched 09/1923 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, mined 28/10/1940.
  • SHEAF GARTH: Steam Cargo Ship 1,927grt, launched from the East Yard Thursday 10/03/1921 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: BRAMWELL [1937], GLENDINNING [1940], torpedoed 05/07/1944.
  • SHEEPWASH: Sloop, built at Blyth 1775: Builders unknown.
  • SHILDON: Steam Cargo Ship 2,159grt. Completed 09/1922 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: RUDOLF [1936], torpedoed 02/12/1939.
  • SIGRID: Cargo Ship 2,094grt, launched 18/08/1898 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, sunk by submarine 19/02/1917.
  • SISTERS: Snow Brig, built 1816 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • SOMERFORD: Cargo Ship 1,824grt, launched 28/06/1899 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: GENERAL DRAGOMIROW [1910], KOMISSAR [1918], KRIMULDA [1920]: Bombed en route to Leningrad 08/1941.
  • SOUTH CAMBRIA: Cargo Ship 1,958grt, launched 05/1884 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, missing – passed Cape Henry 10/08/1899 for Havana.
  • SUREWATER: Bulk Freighter 1,739grt.Launched Tuesday 28/04/1927 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: KEYWEST (II): [1949], broken up Kinsgton, Ontario 3q/1961.
  • SURPRIZE: Brigantine, built 1803 by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth.
  • SUSANNAH: Brigantine, built 1804 by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth.
  • SWAN: Sloop, built at Blyth 1785: Builders unknown.
  • SWANSEA: Cargo Ship 1,493grt, launched 09/1883 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, later names: SPHYNX [1885], ST.PHILIPPE [1896], SPHYNX [1909], mined near Coquet Is 29/01/1919.
  • SWIFT: Schooner: Built 1814 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • THOMAS: Brigantine, built 1807 by John Davidson & Company at Blyth.
  • THOMAS & JANE: Sloop, built at Blyth 1785: Builders unknown.
  • TOWING BARGE No 1: Barge, built 1916 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • TOWING BARGE No 2: Barge, built: Built 1916 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • TOWING BARGE No 3: Barge, built: Built 1916 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited. TRAFALGAR: Built 1806 by Alexander & John Davidson.
  • TROWBRIDGE: Built by Gregson at Blyth in 1974.
  • TWO SISTERS: Sloop, built at Blyth 1783: Builders unknown.
  • USKMOOR: Steam Cargo Ship 2,730grt, launched 01/10/1924 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: MARIANNE [1936], STENSNAES [1946]: BJARKE [1947], wrecked Groningen, Kristiansandsfjord 03/04/1948.
  • VIBILI: Brigantine: Launched at Blyth in December 1818 by Patrick Holland & Co at the South Blyth Yard. Wrecked in 1859 near St. Gildas in the Bay of Biscay.
  • VILLE DE CETTE: Cargo Ship 1,074grt, launched 20/09/1880 ~ Hodgson & Soulsby. Other Names: POLIS MYTELINE [1886], ARGOSTOLI [1904], KEPHALINIA [1907], FIRUZAN [1929]: Broken up Istanbul 1956.
  • WALLINGTON: Snow Brig, built 1808 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • WALTER SCOTT: Cargo Ship 622grt, launched 13/08/1885 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: DOMENICO BENEDETTO [1911]: BENEDETTO GIOVANNI [1913]: Broken up 1933.
  • WANSBECK: Brigantine, built 1803 by Alexander Davidson, David Munro, and others at Blyth.
  • WARKWORTH: Snow Brig, built 1815 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • WBC NO L: Barge, built 1903 by Blyth Shipbuilding & Dry Docks Company limited.
  • WELDING BARGE: Barge, built 1951 by Blyth Dry Docks & Shipbuilding Company Limited.
  • WHITE SWAN: Steam Cargo Ship 2,173grt, launched 28/02/1903 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, wrecked 2nm from Yarmouth 17/11/1916.
  • WILLIAM: Sloop, built 1814 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • WILLIAM & ANN: Snow rigged Brig, built 1811 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • WILLIAM & MARGARET: Brigantine, built at Blyth 1775: Builders unknown.
  • WILLIAMS: Snow Rigged Brig, built 1811 by Alexander & John Davidson Jr.
  • WILLIAMS: Snow Brig, built 1816 by John Davidson & Sons at Blyth.
  • WILLIAM MORPHY: Cargo Ship 659grt, launched 09/08/1888 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay. Other Names: WELL PARK [1889], foundered near Faerder 03/03/1893.
  • WILSONS: Snow Brig, built 1815 by John Davidson at Blyth.
  • WISBECH: Steam Cargo Ship 1,282grt, launched 07/06/1901 ~ ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay, torpedoed [UC51] 12nm N/E Trevose Head 14/08/1917.
  • WOODMERE: Steam Cargo Ship 682grt, launched 08/07/1902 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-79: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-80: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-81: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-82: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-83: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-84: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-85: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-86: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-87: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • X-88: Landing Craft 130grt, built 1915 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay.
  • YUMURI: Steam Cargo Ship 1,8836grt, laid down as ORANIE, launched 20/08/1902 ~ Blyth SB & DD Co, Cowpen Quay: Broken up Baltimore 15/12/1927.