built by John Brown Clydebank,
Yard No 424

Last Name: BARHAM
Propulsion: Steam turbine 75000shp
Launched: Saturday, 31/10/1914
Built: 1915
Ship Type: BattleShip
Tonnage: 31100 disp
Length: 640 feet
Breadth: 104 feet extreme
Draught: 31 feet
Owner History:
Royal Navy
Status: Sunk - 25/11/1941

Remarks: Torpedoed by U331 Mediterranean
off Sollum with the loss of 862 men
Photo supplied by Stuart Cameron
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Previous update by Stuart Cameron

Last updated: by Paul Strathdee from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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