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Official Number:                     136066

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Builder:                                 Sir Raylton Dixon & Co Ltd, Middlesbrough

Launched:                             23 July 1914

Into Service:                          1940

Out of service:                       1945

Fate:                                    1950 broken up

 

In Admiralty Service (Royal Fleet Auxiliary) from 1940

The ship was in convoy OS.30 on passage from Milford Haven to Trinidad in ballast.  The convoy had arrived at Freetown on the 19 June 1942; Tankexpress left Freetown in convoy on the 22 July 1942, and left this convoy to continue independently on the 24 July.

 

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Official Number:                     132280

Pennant No:                          Y 8.14

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Builder:                                 Goole Shipbuilding & Repairing Co Ltd., Goole 

Launched:                             10 October 1911

Into Service:                           4 October 1914

Out of service:                        7 February 1915

Fate:                                     Sunk by shelling 25 November 1940

 

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Official Number:                     86492

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Builder:                                 Short Bros Ltd, Pallion Yard, Sunderland

Launched:                             16 October 1882

Into Service:                           1914

Out of service:                        19 September 1914

Fate:                                     Sunk as a block ship

 

 

 

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Official Number:                       110150

Pennant No:                            Y 7.250

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Builder:                                   Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd., Deptford Yard, Sunderland 

Launched:                               24 May 1899

Into Service:                            3 February 1918

Out of service:                         WW1

Fate:                                       Torpedoed and Sunk 30 March 1941

 

 

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Official Number:                       115237

Pennant No:                            Y 8.104

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Builder:                                   Sir Raylton Dixon & Co Ltd., Middlesborough 

Launched:                               29 October 1901

Into Service:                            24 September 1918

Out of service:                         10 July 1919

Fate:                                       Broken up 27 April 1930

 

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Official Number:                       127949

Pennant No:                            Y 3.102

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Builder:                                   Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend

Launched:                               10 September 1908

Into Service:                            1914

Out of service:                         1918

Fate:                                      Broken up 6 November 1933

 

Previous Name                        Cadagua,  Augusta

Subsequent Name                   Stanfield

Official Number:                       132724

Pennant No                             Y7.224

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Builder:                                  Armstrong Mitchell & Co Ltd., Low Walker

Launched:                              20 September 1892

Into Service:                            WW1

Out of service:                         WW1

Fate:                                      Broken up 4q

 

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Official Number:                       87464

Pennant No:                            Y3.95  / Y8.1 / Y2.31

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Builder:                                   Palmer's Co Ltd., Willington Quay

Launched:                               12 March 1883

Into Service:                            20 December 1914

Out of service:                         1919

Fate:                                      13 December 1942 sunk after collision

 

 

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Official Number:                       125616

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Builder:                                   Ramage & Ferguson Ltd, Leith 

Launched:                               5 August 1907

Into Service:                            1940

Out of service:                         13 July 1941

Fate:                                      Gutted by fire 13 July 1941

 

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