Built 1894
Type Cargo Ship
Tonnages 872 grt, 496 nrt
Dimensions 200.4 x 32.7 x 12.7 ft
Shipbuilder (yard number) Wood, Skinner & Co., Newcastle (49)
Engine builder North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co. Ltd., Newcastle
Engine T3cyl (14.5, 26, 43 x 30in),93 nhp
O.N. 90914
Owners 1894 Rose S.S. Co. (Crawford & Co.), Grangemouth as ROSE
  1899 H. Bernstein, Odessa; renamed GENBERT
  1907 Scandinavian Shipping Co. (Glen & Co.), Glasgow; renamed ROSE
  1912 Ouse S.S. Co. Ltd. (E. P. Atkinson), Goole
  1917 London Transport Co. Ltd. (E. J. Heinz (London) Ltd.), London
  1923 Charrington, Gardner, Lockett& Co. Ltd., London
  1927 Cie. Belge de Nav. s.s. Hendrik Conscience (F. Alexander fils et Cie.), Antwerp; renamed HENDRIK CONSCIENCE
  1930 Armement Alexander S.A., Antwerp (same manager)
  1932 E. Vaader, J. Aus & Co., Tallinn; renamed VAHUR
  1934 Mikel Utow, Haapsalu
  1940 seized by Soviet Union and became Russian naval transport VT-510 from June 1941
Fate 25/04/1942 sank at Leningrad


From the collection of Stan Threadgould

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