8184-ton mass-produced British standard steamer, built 1917. 445ft x 58ft. Armed.
Cargo: In ballast, London for Barry. Sunk: 19 April, 1918, by torpedo from UC-75. All saved. Diving: Lies upright with bow to north-west. Flattened midships. Three boilers clear. Engine room easy to locate. Bow complete. Stern well broken. Forward steering binnacle recently raised.