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Invercloy (2)

 

Builder Scotts Bowling
Official Nr 164041
Yard Nr 327
Launched 1934
Delivered 1935
Length 66.8 ft
Beam 18.5 ft
Gross 95  tons
Deadweight  
Engine 2 Cyl Steam compound

The second vessel of this name for G & G Hamilton of Brodick.  She was converted from coal to oil burning in 1948 and scrapped in 1967. During her working life one of the important tasks she undertook was laying telecommunications cable between various Scottish islands. Co-incidentally, her namesake Invercloy(1) had also done similar work for the admiralty during WW1.

Photographed below on the Clyde in Glasgow

 

 

Courtesy of Graeme Wallace

The photograph below is from the Dan McDonald collection courtesy of the Ballast Trust and is reproduced under a Creative Commons license