Sailing clipper 'Stonehouse', 1866.
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Rigged model (scale unknown). The 'Stonehouse' was designed by Gilbert Row and built by John Smurthwaite at Pallion, for the Australian trade. She had accommodation for 40 pasengers as well as large cargo-carrying capacity. In 1875 the ship was transferred to French owners and re-named 'Fanny'.