On this day (14th March) WW1 Shipwreckollections
SS Bray Head (1894-1917)
SS Bray Head was a British merchant vessel of 3,077 tonnes, built in 1894 by Swan & Hunter Ltd., Newcastle-upon-Tyne. At the time of her loss, she was owned by the Ulster Steamship Co.
On 14 March 1917, Bray Head, travelling from St John, New Brunswick to Belfast, was intercepted by a German U-boat under the command of Paul Wagenfuhr 375 miles NW of Fastnet. Bray Head came under fire from the surface and sank. Sadly, 21 people on board lost their lives.
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