This vessel was built for the North British Steam Packet Company by A & J Inglis at the Pointhouse Shipbuilding Yard in 1864 to operate the Silloth to Dumfries and Annan service.
Named Carham for Carham Hall, associated with the North British Railway chairman Richard Hodgson.
|/ /1864||North British Steam Packet Company|
PS Carham built by A & J Inglis at the Pointhouse Shipbuilding Yard to operate the Silloth to Dumfries and Annan service. This was the first vessel the NB ordered from Inglis.
|/ /1869||PS Carham|
Relocated to the Clyde. Operated from Helensburgh Pier to piers on the Gareloch and Dunoon (when the PS Dandie Dinmont [I] was unavailable).
Sold by the North British Steam Packet Company to the Dingwall and Skye Railway to operate the Strome Ferry to Portree service.
|24/04/1877||Dingwall and Skye Railway|
Highland Railway takes over steamer operations. (Including PS Carham.)
|30/03/1880||Dingwall and Skye Railway|
PS Carham grounds off the island of Raasay.
|/ /1882||PS Carham|
Sold by the Highland Railway to the Bournemouth Steam Packet Company. (Date uncertain.)
Sold by the Bournemouth Steam Packet Company to the Ramsgate Steamship Company. Renamed PS Queen of Thanet.
|/ /1888||PS Carham|
Scrapped. Latterly owned by R & D Jones, Liverpool. (Alternative date 1889.)