ANTELOPE

Times: Wednesday, June 11, 1890, Issue 33035 – “Yesterday morning, the steamer Antelope of Weymouth, belonging to the Great Western Railway Company, went ashore on rocks at the Head of Roussel, Guernsey, during a dense fog. She was outward bound from Weymouth to the Channel Islands. By the afternoon she had been towed into the Old Harbour. No loss of life is reported in connection with this disaster.” (Mail Steamer) Ditto Antelope Inquiry, July 7, 1890, Issue 33057. Misc News


Day of Loss: 11

Month of Loss: 6

Year of Loss: 1890


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