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Yard No. 504G

Yard Number 504G was named GLENAPP when launched on Wednesday 14/07/1920 by Harland & Wolff Ltd Govan for Glen Line Ltd London

Ship Particulars:
Built: 1920
Ship Type: Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 9503 grt
Length: 485.6 feet
Breadth: 62.3 feet

Owner History:
Glen Line Ltd, London
1949 Ocean Steamship Co. (A.Holt), Liverpool.

Her main engines were built by Harland & Wolff Ltd. , she was powered by oil engines, 4S CSA 16Cy 1317nhp 12.5 knots

Other names she bore were: To have been GLENFARNE. Her last recorded name was DARDANUS (1949)

GLENAPP arrived for scrapping on 19/07/1957

Additional Information:
O.N. 144230.
One of five from H&W Govan, they were at the time the biggest motorships in the world. Prior to going to scrap she had been laid up in the Holy Loch in 1956.
Broken up at Inverkeithing.
Previous updates by Paul Strathdee, Bruce Biddulph, George Robinson.
Photo supplied by Internet source as DARDANUS