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  1. LETITIA

    LETITIA ANCHOR DONALDSON LTD LENGTH 538 FT BEAM 66FT 3INS Aground between Groomsport and Orlock August 1935. She went aground in fog as she approached Belfast Lough from Montreal
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    LETITIA was a handsome medium sized liner which ended her career with every captain's nightmare - sinking as a hospital ship full of wounded soldiers. Beginning her career on the Glasgow to Quebec City and Montreal service for the Donaldson Line, LETITIA was requisitioned as a hospital ship in 1914.
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    The first LETITIA was a short lived ship. Built by Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Co, Greenock for the Donaldson Line of Glasgow, she was a 8,991 gross ton ship, length 470.4ft x beam 56.9ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 300-2
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    One more photo of LETITIA for SN Gallery Sincerely Yours, A
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    Donaldson Line, I went aboard her in Vera Cruz in 1972/73, renamed 'Bibi' she was running for TMM but under Denholm Management. The J/E Maurice Rees's father was Ch Stwd if I remember correctly, she was running Mexico to the Med
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    Donaldsons Letitia as a Hospital Ship. Later to become Empire Brent and Captain Cook.
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    Later to become Empire Brent then Captain Cook. Thought I would post this one and one of her as a hospital ship after seeing Kiwi Mikes' pic of her as Captain Cook. My Grandfather was 2nd Sparks in her as Letitia.
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