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History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
from the first submarine cable of 1850 to the worldwide fiber optic network

CS Cospatrick
by Bill Glover

CS COSPATRICK

Built in 1856 at Moulmein.

Length 190.0 ft  Breadth 34.0 ft  Depth 23.5 ft  Gross tonnage 1199

Chartered from J. Fleming and Company and fitted out for the 1864 Persian Gulf Cable Expedition.

CABLE WORK
(with Marion Moore, Kirkham, Assaye, Tweed, Amberwitch)

1864

Persian Gulf: Gwadar - Karachi
Gwadar - Cape Mussendom - Bushire - Fao


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Last revised: 26 January, 2012

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