Requisitioned Auxiliaries - A

 

 

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Official No:                             135331

Builder:                         George Brown & Co., Greenock

Launched:                    22 August 1913

Pennant No:                           Y 8.53  /  Y 3.603

Into Service:                 1914

Out of service:              1918

Fate:                            1962 reported broken up

 

 

 

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Official No:                             129095

Builder:                         Sir J L Thompson & Sons Ltd., North Sands, Sunderland 

Launched:                    9 April 1910

Pennant No:                           Y 3.490  /  Y 8.92

Into Service:                 WW1

Out of service:              1918

Fate:                            1954 broken up

 

 

 

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Official No:                             133262

Builder:                         R Williamson & Son, Workington 

Launched:                    18 January 1915

Pennant No:                           Y 3.2162  /  Y 8.81

Into Service:                 1918

Out of service:              1919

Fate:                            1948 mined and sank

20 June 1894  launched by S. McKnight, Ayr as Yard Nr 43 named JUNO for J & P Hutchinson, Glasgow.

July 1894 completed as a coaster

1901 purchased by Royal Mail Steam Packet Co, London and renamed ARNO

11 December 1914 in the North Atlantic between the Tagus River and Gibraltar

5 February 1915 requisitioned by the Admiralty for service as an Ammunition Carrier, name unchanged

12 December 1915 arrived at Kephalo, sailed later the same day

 

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