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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
1,292 gross 1882 at Hull, England by Earle‘s Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Wilson Line, Hull, England 251,2ft x 32,2ft x 16,5ft 
 1882 LaunchedAtlantic Journey ID 4097
 1884 Christiania - Christiansand - Hull   
 1885 April 24 Capt. Dossor from Christiania to Hull with passengers and cargo of: timber, wood pulp, butter, iron, horseshoe, paper, shoddy, nails and 7,000kg matchesAtlantic Journey ID 4954
 1885 Christiania - Christiansand - Hull   
 1885 May 10 Captain LawsonAtlantic Journey ID 4960
 1886 Christiania - Christiansand - Hull   
 1886 Trondheim - Kristiansund - Aalesund - Hull   
 1887 Trondheim - Christiansund - Aalesund - Hull   
 1888 Trondheim - Christiansund - Aalesund - Hull   
 1888 Sold to The Tyne Steam Shipping Co. NewcastleAtlantic Journey ID 4098
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges

The steamship "Juno" belonged to the Wilson Line of Hull, England. It carried passengers from Norway to England, mainly Hull, where they boarded trains for other ports in Britain. In Britain they boarded steamships for the voyage across the Atlantic. There were 6 vessels of this name owned by the Wilson Line.

The following is a description of the S/S Juno (4). Built 1882 by Earle's Co. Ltd. in Hull. Tonnage: 1 292 tons gross, 945 under deck and 843 net. Dimensions: 251,2 feet long, 32,2 feet beam and holds 16,5 feet deep, poop 152 feet long and Forecastle 32 feet long. Iron construction, single screw, 3 masts steam Schooner, 1 deck, 2 tiers of beams and 4 cemented bulkheads. Forward Peak Tank 32 tons, tanks aft 60 tons. Propulsion: compound engine with 2 inverted cylinders of 35 & 69 in. diameter respectively, stroke 39 inches, operating at 90 p.s.i. giving 200 horsepower. The engine was built by the same company as the hull. Call sign: WMJS, Official registration #: 82524 Master: Captain G. Soulsby, appointed to the ship in 1887. In 1888 she was sold to The Tyne Steam Shipping Co. Newcastle.


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