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The next advertising panel shows the Anchor Line sailings from Glasgow. Apparently via Moville, N.Ireland to New York
(note some of the fleet carried 500 passengers in steerage class - emigrants) in a fleet by 1870 of 13 steam powered greyhound clippers. They were one funnel, three masts (ship-rigged for sail), iron construction, single screw and having a speed of 10 knots. The fleet sailed over 80 ships 1860-1925 and covered London-LeHavre-New York, Gibraltar, Liverpool not without tragedy at sea and more about the Anchor Line may be read at this LINK Most of the fleet were built at Glasgow or Belfast.