by Scarisbrick Steamship Co., she was built 1911 by W. Gray & Co.
by triple-expansion engines, generating 330nhp, giving a top speed of 10 knots.
measured 340 x 48.5 x 22.6ft., and grossed 3,238 tons.
previously survived a surface attack by a U-boat in the Arctic Sea on 1st November
1916, beating it off with her own defense gun.
crew members, including the captain, died when she was finally sunk by torpedo
from U-87 on Christmas Eve, 1917, one mile east of the South Rock Lightship.
Keepers say she sank in less than five minutes, the torpedoe taking off most of