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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
1,432 gross 1861 at Glasgow by Barclay, Curle & Co. Ltd. Allan Line, Liverpool, England 253ft x 33.9ft 
 Year Departure ArrivalRemarks
 1861  Aug. 8, launched as the Saint AndrewAtlantic Journey ID 806
 1870  Glasgow  Apr. 26  Quebec  May 11 Dublin (Kingstown) - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  June 07  Quebec  June 24 Dublin (Kingstown) - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  July 19  Quebec  Aug. 04 Liverpool Dublin - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  Aug. 31  Quebec  Sept. 15 Londonderry - St. Johns - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1870  Glasgow  Oct. 11  Quebec  Oct. 26 Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  Apr. 26  Quebec  May 11 Dublin (Kingstown) - LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  June 06  Quebec  June 22 Dublin (Kingstown)Transatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  July 19  Quebec  Aug. 04 Dublin - LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  Aug. 29  Quebec  Sept. 17 Dublin (Kingstown) - MontrealTransatlantc ID
 1871  Glasgow  Oct. 11  Quebec  Oct. 27 Dublin (Kingstown)Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  Apr. 25  Quebec  May 11 Londonderry 1872-04-26Transatlantc ID
 1872  Liverpool  June 20  Quebec  July 05 Glasgow 1872-06-18Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  July 31  Quebec  Aug. 13 Dublin - LondonderryTransatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow  Sept. 12  Quebec  Sept. 26 Londonderry (Moville)Transatlantc ID
 1872  Glasgow     Quebec  Nov. 07 Transatlantc ID
 1873  Rebuilt, lengthened to 322.5ft, new tonnage: 2,256 gross, new compound engines by J. & J. Thomson - renamed WaldensianAtlantic Journey ID 807
 1888  Re-engined with new triple-expansion engines by D. & W. Henderson, GlasgowAtlantic Journey ID 809
 1903  Broken up in GenoaAtlantic Journey ID 810
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

S/S Saint Andrew, Allan Line
S/S Saint Andrew
- as she appeared prior to the rebuilding in 1873
Credit: David O. Donovan


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