Built 11/1911
Tonnages 1004grt, 419 nrt
Dimensions 240.2 x 34.2 x 15.4 ft
Shipbuilder (yard number) Wm. Dobson & Co., Walker, Newcastle (174)
Engine builder Wallsend Slipway & Engineering Co Ltd, Wallsend
Engine T3cyl (22.5, 36 & 61 x 39ins), 331nhp
O.N. 140647

1911 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company, Goole

  1917 - 1919 Admiralty requisition, operated as a decoy 'Q' ship Q35 under the named RULE, BARYTA and CASSOR
  1923 London, Midland & Scottish Railway Company, Goole
  From 1935 managed by Associated Humber Lines
Fate 08/08/1940: Sank 25 miles south of Eastbourne after a collision with fleet mate RYE. She was trying to avoid an attack by a German MTB. On voyage Goole to Cowes with a cargo of coal

From the collection of Stan Threadgould

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