Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Yarrow's Torpedo Boat with Quadruple-Expansion Engines
- vol. 50, 21 November 1890, pp. 608-609
The first-class torpedo boat Bathurst (length 130 feet, beam 13 feet 6 inches, trial speed 24.453 knots) fitted with one 14-inch by 20-inch by 27-inch by 36-inch by 16-inch stroke inverted vertical quadruple expansion marine engine operating 436 revolutions per minute on steam supplied at 200 lb. per square inch by loco-marine boilers, built by Messrs. Yarrow and Co., of Poplar, for the Argentine Navy was launched on the 13th of November 1890.