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Old 28th April 2011, 09:36
DAVIDJM DAVIDJM is offline  
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Matheos 1904

I have a photo with the names MATHEOS (04) Gr sailing down the River Avon from Bristol.

can anyone give me information on her history. I have found one but not to sure if its correct ship


Many thanks in advance

David
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Old 1st May 2011, 12:05
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David,

this could be your ship.

Built 1904 by Rodger Port Glasgow - Yard No380 as CRAIGRONALD.
Cargo - British.
2425 tons.
Lpp 95.6m x B13.3m.
Single screw turbine - 10 kts.
Name Changes:
1911 Glyndwr.
1920 Akenside.
1921 MATHEOS. Owner P.M. Los.
1937 Agia Varvara.
Wrecked near Cape Takil Kerch 2.8.1957 Broken up Piraeus 7.59.

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Old 1st May 2011, 14:16
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Thank you Hawkey01

that is the info i have found, but i wasnt sure if it is the right one. and i didnt know what happened to her so thats a bonus.

I can now add the info to the back of the print and added to the box

Many thanks again for your help.

David
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