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TSS City of Belfast (1893)

  • 1893-1925:TSS City of Belfast
  • 1925-1933:Nicolaos Togias
  • 1933-1941:Kephallina
Port of registry:
Builder: Laird Brothers, Birkenhead
Yard number: 593
Launched: 1893
Out of service: 13 August 1941
Fate: Sunk of the coast of Egypt
General characteristics
Tonnage: 1,055 gross register tons (GRT)
Length: 280.5 feet (85.5 m)
Beam: 32.05 feet (9.77 m)
Draught: 13.33 feet (4.06 m)

TSS City of Belfast was a passenger vessel built for the Barrow Steam Navigation Company in 1893.[1]


TSS City of Belfast was built by Laird Brothers of Birkenhead for the Barrow Steam Navigation Company. She was launched in January 1893 by Mrs Little, Mayoress of Barrow.[2] She was used on the Barrow to Belfast route, although she occasionally made trips to Douglas in the Isle of Man.

She was sold to the Midland Railway in 1907[3]

In 1914 she was renamed HMS City of Belfast, before reverting to her original name after the war. In 1923 she was acquired by the London Midland and Scottish Railway, but in 1925 they sold her to Constantine Togias. She was renamed Nicolaos Togias. In 1933 she was renamed Kephallina. She was sunk on 13 August 1941 off the Egyptian coast.


  1. ^ Duckworth, Christian Leslie Dyce; Langmuir, Graham Easton (1968). Railway and other Steamers. Prescot, Lancashire: T. Stephenson and Sons,. 
  2. ^ "Birkenhead". Cheshire Observer (Cheshire). 14 January 1893. Retrieved 17 October 2015 – via  
  3. ^ Haws, Duncan (1993). Merchant Fleets-Britain's Railway Steamers – Eastern & North Western Companies + Zeeland and Stena. Hereford: TCL Publications. p. 118.  
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