built by Lithgows Port Glasgow,
Yard No 947

Propulsion: steam, triple expansion, 436 nhp
Launched: Monday, 26/05/1941
Built: 1941
Ship Type: Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 7065 tons
Length: 432.2 feet
Breadth: 56.2 feet
Draught: 34.2 feet
Owner History:
Ministry of War Transport (G. Nisbet & Co.)
Status: Torpedoed & Sunk - 12/05/1942

Remarks: Sunk by U.124 in the middle of the North Atlantic when she was on her way to Halifax from Garston in Convoy ONS
92. At the time she was carrying ballast.

Two crew members lost their lives
Previous update by Bruce Biddulph

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

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