laying on her starboard side
ref used; www.photoship.co.uk
Built 1901by Swan & Hunter of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.She was powered by a triple expansion engine with two boilers. She was sunk while working for the Expeditionary force transport on 11th October 1917 by mine laid by UC-50, 4 miles southwest of Beechy Head, whilst en route form Port Arthur to Dover. She is listed as being armed.
| Present state
Sitting on her starboard side, decks are vertical, badly corroded so this is a wreck to take care with.Superstructure gone but hull recognisable