built by Fairfield Govan,
Yard No 433

Launched: Thursday, 17/12/1903
Built: 1904
Ship Type: Passenger/Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 8217 grt
Length: 475.4 feet
Breadth: 56.7 feet
Owner History:
Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company London
1939 The Admiralty
Status: Mined & Sunk - 26/01/1940

Remarks: War loss
sunk by mine off Cromarty,Scotland whilst under tow to Scapa Flow,Orkney for use as a stores & accommodation ship. With thanks to Bruce Biddulph for details.
Previous update by Paul Strathdee.
Photo supplied by Joe McMillan Collection
Previous update by Gavin Stewart

Last updated: by George Robinson from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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