built by Ailsa Shipbuilding Company,
Yard No 41
Engines by Ross & Duncan Glasgow
Last Name: ANNA TOOP -50
Previous Names: ANNA II--40 | ANNA-37 | RIVER AVOCA-34 | GLENSHESK-16
Port of Registry: Cardiff
Propulsion: C. 2cyl
Launched: Saturday, 19/08/1893
Built: 1893
Ship Type: Coastal Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 421grt/ 145nrt
Length: 160ft
Breadth: 24ft
Owner History:
Kneeshaw Lupton & Co Liverpool
1916 Antrim Iron Ore Co., Belfast
1927 Raglan Steamship Co., Cardiff
1934 John Tyrrell, Cardiff
1937 Albert Toop, Tallinn
1940 min. of War Transport
1950 Albert W.Toop & Co., Cardiff
Status: Sunk - 22/01/1958

Previous update by Stuart Cameron. Stranded on Arklow Bank when on voyage Port Talbot to Londonderry.Refloated by tug EMPIRE NETTA but sank following day near Arklow Bank.
Photo supplied by G Robinson
Previous update by Paul Strathdee
Previous update by Stuart Cameron

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

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