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On this day (11th July) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Anglo-Patagonian (1910-1917) SS Anglo-Patagonian was a British steam ship built in 1910, used for transporting cargo, including aircraft, during WW1. The vessel was constructed by Short Brothers Ltd., Sunderland and at the time of her loss, she was owned by the Nitrate Producers Steamship Co., London.

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2017 Photography Competition Launched

The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, is once again calling on photographers to submit images celebrating Britain’s proud maritime heritage, for its annual competition searching for the UK’s ultimate sea view.

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On this day (4th July) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Goathland (1906-1917) SS Goathland was a British steamer of 3,044 tonnes used to transport cargo. She was built by the Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Newcastle in 1906 and at the time of her loss, 100 years ago, was owned by Headlam & Rowland, Whitby.

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SS Westonby

Remembering British merchant and fishing ships sunk in June, 1917

Date Name of Ship Merchant/Fishing Gross Tonnes 1 June Cavina Merchant 6,539 1 June Teal Fishing 141 2 June Cameronian Merchant 5,861 2 June Hollington Merchant 4,221 2 June Wairuna Merchant 3,947 2 June Shamrock Fishing 170 2 June St. Bernard Fishing 186 3 June Islandmore Merchant 3,046 3 June Greenbank Merchant 3,881 3 June […]

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On this day (27 June) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Ultonia (1898-1917) SS Ultonia was a British ocean liner, built by Swan & Hunter Ltd. in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1898. At the time of her loss during WW1, the vessel of 10,402 tonnes was owned by the Cunard Steam Ship Co. Ltd., Liverpool.

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SS Miami

On this day (22nd June) WW1 Shipwreckollections

SS Miami (1904-1917) British cargo ship, SS Miami, was built in Glasgow in 1904 by Barclay Curle & Co. Ltd. At the time of her loss during WW1, the steamer of 3,762 tonnes was owned by Elders and Fyffes Ltd., Garston.

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