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Yard No. 305

Yard Number 305 was named GLASSFORD when launched on Thursday 06/11/1919 by Ardrossan Drydock & Shipbuilding Co for Pennant Shipping Cardiff

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1919
Ship Type: Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 2579 grt
Length: 303.3 feet
Breadth: 43 feet

Owner History:
Pennant Shipping, Cardiff
1923 Kelvin Shipping (H.Hogarth)
1934 Good Hope Shipping, Cardiff
1937 Veronica SS Co., Cardiff
1938 Alf.J.Pope, Cardiff
1939 Mooringwell SS Co., Cardiff

Her main engines were built by McKie & Baxter , she was powered by T. 3cyl 265nhp

Other names she bore were: SEABANK SPRAY (1937) SEVEN SEAS SPRAY (1934) BARON ELIBANK (1923). Her last recorded name was JEANNE M (1939)

She ended her days torpedoed and sank on 02/12/1940

Additional Information: Torpedoed by U.37, 250 miles west of Lisbon 39.19N 13.54W, Cardiff for Lisbon
Previous update by Stuart Cameron
Additional data by George Robinson
Photo supplied by Internet source as BARON ELIBANK