Yard No. 232
ss EMPIRE BROMLEY

built by George Brown & Company Greenock in 1945

(EMPIRE BROMLEY)

ss EMPIRE BROMLEY

Yard Number 232, was named EMPIRE BROMLEY when launched on Saturday, 26/05/1945 by George Brown & Company Greenock , for Ministry of War Transport (managed by John Kelly Ltd ) .

Her main engines were built by Rankin & Blackmore Greenock , she was powered by Steam triple expansion 3cy Machy aft

Other names she bore were: LEVENWOOD(1946). Her last recorded name was BASILDON (1961)

EMPIRE BROMLEY was scrapped on 19/10/1967

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1945
Ship Type: Coaster
Tonnage: 1058 grt | 584 nrt | 1410 dwt
Length: 212 feet
Breadth: 32 feet
Draught: 15 feet
Owner History:
Ministry of War Transport (managed by John Kelly Ltd )
Constantine Shipping Co. (1946)
Panax Ltd London (1961)
Don Shipping Co (Willie & Co) London (1962)
R.S.Briggs & Co (Shipping) Ltd (1963)

Additional Information: Broken up at Burcht, completed 19/10/1967
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Photo supplied by Malcolm Donnelly showing her as LEVENWOOD
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