Published Resources Details Journal Article
- The loss of the Cobra
- The Engineer
- Description of Work
- Letter to the Editor by A. F. Yarrow
- vol. 92, 664, p. 427
Alfred Yarrow drew the Editor's attention to the fact that Yarrow and Company, Limited, of Poplar, had built a large number of vessels varying in length from 100 to 200 feet, and had successfully navigated long distances with them. These included, thirteen delivered to Buenos Ayres, eleven to Pola, four to Rio de Janeiro, two to Valparaiso, one to China, five to Holland, two to the Dutch East Indies, one to Ecuador - via Cape Horn, six to Greece, five to St Petersburg, and one to Australia (total fifty-nine).