X.064

Class: 
105.5 foot, powered; Nos X.1 - X.200
Launch Date: 
1915
Builder: 
Sunderland S.B. Company
Yard No: 
306
Screws: 
2

 

1948 re-engined 2 x M3cyl 2-stroke 180bhp, 8 knots by. Crossley Bros., Manchester
Listed as a tanker

12/01/1950 first registered at London, ON.183170 to J. T. Stratford & Son Ltd. as BICKLEY HALL

146grt, 73nrt, 103.7 x 21.2 x 7.0ft

1955 Bowker & King Ltd., London

LR1966-1977 owner Albert Rutland

From Bill Rutland: X64 had 2 off 3Cylinder ERL 90HP Crossley and when she was sold to Albert Rutland he changed the port engine for a 3 Cylinder 80 Hp K Allen eventually the other Crossley expired and another K Allen was fitted.

LR1982 onwards, same owner, shown as converted to a dry cargo barge

LR1990 shown as BEAM, Albert Rutland

Broken up at Bow Creek 1992

 

As BEAM passing under Tower Bridge on 13/4/1983, photo by Richard Myers
As BEAM passing under Tower Bridge on 13/4/1983, photo by Richard Myers
As BICKLEY HALL, photo from Barney Hunt
As BICKLEY HALL, photo from Barney Hunt
As BEAM in India & Millwall Docks on 06/01/1974
As BEAM in India & Millwall Docks on 06/01/1974

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