sv WEST LOTHIAN
built by Charles Connell & Company Scotstoun,
Yard No 131
Propulsion: Sail. 4 masts
Launched: Saturday, 11/11/1882
Ship Type: Iron ship
Ship's Role: Cargo
Tonnage: 1882 g. / 1737 net
Length: 268 feet
Breadth: 40 feet 2
James Boyd, Glasgow.
1912: A/S West Lothian (T. Dannevig & Co.), Sandefjord.
Status: Torpedoed & Sunk - 18/04/1917
1882: Completed November.
06/12/1882: Registered at Glasgow.
1897: Re~rigged as a barque.
18/04/1917: Torpedoed and sunk by U.93 on voyage Buenos Aires to Kristiania.
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