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

CS William Hutt
by Bill Glover

CS WILLIAM HUTT

Built in 1853

Gross tonnage 254

A Newcastle collier chartered by R.S. Newall & Co., to lay the following cables.

CABLE WORK

1853 Dover, England - Ostend, Belgium
1853 Mora Bay, Portpatrick, Scotland - Donaghadee, Ireland
1853 Portpatrick - Whitehead, Ireland

Cableships Index Page

Last revised: 19 February, 2016

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