As LOLIST BCK29
Thanks to Peter Brady, and the Bosun's Watch website.
Official No: 136597 Port Number and Year: Lowestoft, 1914 (LT427)
Buckie, 1948 (BCK29)
Description: Steel side trawler; steam screw, coal burning. Ketch rigged.
Crew: 9 men (1914).
Built: 1914 by Smith's Dock, Middlesborough. (Yard no. 589)
Tonnage: 180 grt 70 net
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 105.0 / 21.2 / 11.8
Engine: T.3-cyl; 62 rhp; by builder.
As LOLIST LT427
13 Oct 1914: William Robbens & Sons, Clapham Rd., Lowestoft.
14 Trawl Market, Lowestoft. ( By 1917-33.)
Manager: William Robbens.
1932: T.B. Bilton & Sons, Bell St., N. Shields.
Manager: Robert Bilton. [Same address.]
1938: Den Fishing Co. Ltd., Fish Dock, Dundee.
Manager: Harry Macfarlane. [Same address.]
1948: John Murray & L.G. Paterson, Buckie.
1951: Alexander S. Murray, Castleford.
Landed at Milford: 13 Feb 1915 - 18 Dec 1918
1917: Requisitioned into the Fishery Reserve.
4 Dec 1917: In company with ISA O.87 and ARIES M97, attacked by U-boat. [See ISA O.87]
1919: Returned to owners.
14 May 1935: Shipped a heavy sea off the Tyne, and towed into North Shields by the trawler COPIEUX of that port. [The Times, 16th May 1935.]
31 Jul 1937: Collided in fog with hopper, badly damaging her bows, but proceeded to Fish Quay, North Shields. [The Times, 2nd August 1937.]
1952: Sold for breaking up.
[Thanks to the Fleetwood Maritime Trust and the Bosun's Watch website.]
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