built by Fairfield Govan,
Yard No 629
Engines by shipbuilder
Propulsion: Fairfield/Sulzer oil engins 2SCSA 6cy
Launched: Wednesday, 11/01/1928
Built: 1928
Ship Type: Cargo Vessel
Tonnage: 9501 grt
Length: 431 feet
Breadth: 64 feet
Draught: 35 feet
Owner History:
Houlder Brothers
Status: Bombed & Sunk - 26/07/1943

Remarks: Bombed and sunk by German aircraft north west of Lisbon in position 39.50N 13.36W whilst in convoy OS 52KM on passage from Glasgow to Montevideo in ballast. 4 lost.

Previous update by Stuart Cameron
Photo supplied by Paul Hunter
Previous update by Colin Campbell
Previous update by Paul Hunter

Last updated: by Bruce Biddulph from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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