Waterford Steamship Company
|Successor(s)||Clyde Shipping Company|
|Area served||Waterford, Liverpool, Bristol|
The Waterford Steamship company ran 13 steamers to Bristol, Liverpool and Irish ports. Services had been operating prior to 1836, but in this year they was reorganised and it was registered as a new company.
It was absorbed by the Clyde Shipping Company in 1912.
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- Waterford Standard. 20 November 1901
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