Length of range of deck - 104ft
Extreme breadth - 26ft
Depth in hold - 17ft 6in.
The Industry was one of six transports designed by Tucker, Seppings and Peake. Sir Robert Seppings was surveyor to the Navy from 1813-1832. The Industry was ordered by the Navy Office on 9th September 1813. The keel was laid in January 1814 and the ship was launched on 13th October 1814. After service as a transport, the Industry became a church ship at the Isle of Man. She was broken up in 1846.
The Industry was originally built by "Mr Warwick at Ealing, near Southampton" according to a note on the plans of the vessel, which were opbtained from the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.