SS Devonian Collection
Devonian (1900) Leyland Line
Built by Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland. Tonnage: 10,418. Dimensions: 552' x 59' (571' o.l.). Single-screw, 14 knots. Triple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel. Passengers: 135 first class. Fate: Torpedoed and sunk 20 miles from Tory Island, August 21,1917, with the loss of two lives. Sister ship: Winifredian. Note: These cargo-passenger liners were in Liverpool-Boston service.
Devonian (1902) Leyland Line
The SS Devonian (1902) Sailed for the Leyland Line from 1923 to 1930
Built by Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Newcastle, England. Tonnage: 13,507. Dimensions: 582' x 60'. Twin-screw, 15 knots. Triple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel. Service: In Liverpool-Boston service. Fate: Broken up in Great Britain, 1930. Formerly Named: Ex-Cretic (1923), ex-Mayflower (1903), ex-Hanoverian (1903).
1901-10-05 SS Devonian Passenger List
- Steamship Line: Leyland Line
- Class of Passengers: Saloon
- Date of Departure: 5 October 1901
- Route: Liverpool to Boston
- Commander: Captain G. W. Muir
Proposed Sailings, Leyland Line, White Star Line, Liverpool-Cobh (Queenstown)-Boston, from 3 July 1926 to 19 December 1926. Ships Included the Cedric, Celtic, Devonia, and Winifredian. RMS Belgenland Passenger List, 26 June 1926. GGA Image ID # 1df28af1df