BELLAGIO: Cargo Ship 3,919grt, launched Monday 03/02/1890 ~ D & W Henderson Ltd, Meadowside, Glasgow, Other Names: MICHAEL BISTIS (1920), MARIGO (1921), CASENTINO (1927). Broken up at Blyth, arrived for scrapping 27/06/1929.
CERENT: Cargo Ship 2,283grt. Built 1888. Broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd in 1926.
CITY OF ALTON: Cargo Ship 5,591grt, launched 06/10/1919 laid down as CLAYBOURNE. Other Names: BLACKGULL [1932], NIRA LUCKENBACH [1940], sold to Italo Panamense, Panama 1948 renamed ROSALBA, scrapped at Hughes Bolckow, Blyth, 17/02/1953.
DURWARD: Passenger/Cargo Ship 1,274grt, launched 28/06/1892 ~ Stephen, Linthouse, Other Names: QUENTIN [1895], ERIN [1928], broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd 05/1929.
EMPIRE SILVER: DALE CLASS Freighting Tanker 8,145grt, launched Saturday 19/10/1940 ~ Blythswood Shipbuilding Co Ltd, completed in 1941 as RFA DENBYDALE: Towed from Gibraltar 27/07/1955 to be broken up by Hughes Bolckow Ltd. arriving 22/07/1957 for scrapping.
GLEN ROSA: Tug 110grt, launched 08/06/1895 ~ John Shearer & Son,Kelvinhaugh. Sold for scrap to Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Ltd 30/04/1926.
HAGEN: Cargo Ship 4,210grt, launched 09/10/1906 ~ Flensburger, Flensburg. Other Names: AEGEON, MICHAEL N [1932], PETRAKIS NOMIKOS. Scrapped at Blyth 15/08/1936 [Hughes Bolckow].
HMS CHEPSTOW:: Racecourse Class Paddle Minesweeper 810grt, launched Tuesday 29/02/1916 ~ Ayrshire Dockyard Co, Irvine. Scrapped 25/11/1927, broken up by Hughes Bolckow at Blyth.
HMS NAILSEA (T18):: Aberdare Class Minesweeper 800grt, launched Thursday 08/08/1918 ~ A & J Inglis, Pointhouse, Glasgow, laid down as NEWQUAY: but renamed before launch. Sold to Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Battleship Wharf, Blyth for scrapping 25/11/1927.
HMS RUGBY:: Hunt Class Minesweeper 800grt, launched 06/09/1918 ~ Dunlop, Bremner & Co, Inch Yard. Originally to be named HMS FILEY, this was changed to avoid any conflict between the Ship name and a coastal location. Sold 25/11/1927 to Hughes Bolckow for dismantling.
J.C.LA COUR: Passenger Ship 1,615grt, launched 06/10/1900 ~ Helsingor Vaerft, Elsinore. Broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd 30/10/1933, scrapping completed by Bartram & Son’s Sunderland.
JOHN DENT: Tug 44grt. Built 1907 ~ JP Rennoldson & Sons, South Shields. Broken up at Blyth 1957 [Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd].
LACEBY:LIGHTER 42grt, built 1892, broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd in 1926.
LONGWOOD: Tanker 9,463grt, launched 29/05/1930 ~ Sir James Laing & Sons Limited, Deptford Yard. Broken up by Hughes Bolckow at Blyth 10/06/1955.
MATIN: Cargo Ship 3,83grt, launched 03/04/1893 ~ Gourlay Bros, Dundee. Renamed EMILIA S.DE PEREZ [1913], broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd 4th quarter 1931.
OLIMPO: Cargo Ship 3,378grt. Completed 11/1898 ~ Swan & Hunter, Wallsend. Renamed MESSATHOURI [1925], broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, arrived there 18/03/1933.
M23: German Minesweeper 600grt, launched 11/07/1940 ~ Flender-Werke AG, Lübeck-Siems. Surrendered 05/1945 to United Kingdom, scrapped by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd 1947.
M82: German Minesweeper 685grt, launched 23/03/1941 ~ Lübecker Maschinenbau. Surrendered 05/1945, to United Kingdom, scrapped by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd 1948.
ROBIN ADAIR: Cargo Ship 6,859grt, launched 11/12/1919 ~ Skinner & Eddy Corporation, Seattle. BONAVENTURE 46 [1948]. Scrapped at Blyth, Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd. 09/10/1952.
RYCKETT: Cargo Ship 983grt, launched 29/09/1917 ~ W. Harkess & Son, Middlesbrough. Other Names: CAMROSE [1920], STOCK FORCE: [1921]. Broken up at Blyth 29/01/1959 [Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co].
SALIENT Cargo Ship 3,879grt, launched 21/12/1904 ~ Short Bros, Pallion. Arrived Blyth 10/07/1935 to be broken up [Hughes Bolckow].
SCOTTISH CASTLE: Tanker 7,417grt, launched 14/02/1922 ~ Armstrong, Whitworth & Co, High Walker. Renamed D/T PETTER II [1938].
Scrapped at Blyth by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd. 28/11/1954.
SITHONIA: Passenger/Cargo ship 6,569grt, launched 19/12/1900 ~ Flensburger Schiffsbau Ges, Flensburg, Germany. Broken up Blyth 29/07/1930 [Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd]
SPILSBY: Cargo Ship 3,661grt, launched 11/04/1910 ~ Ropner and Sons Ltd, Stockton. Broken up by Hughes Bolckow, arrived at Blyth for breaking 22/05/1936.
STAG: Wooden Paddle Tug 69grt, launched 1878 ~ Wouldhave & Johnson, North Shields. Sold to Blyth Harbour Commissioners 1885, broken up by Hughes Bolckow in 1914.
SZTERENYI: Cargo Ship 3,669grt, launch Date: 28/02/1907 ~ Gray, West Hartlepool. Other Names: BUDAPEST [1924], AGIOS VLASTOS [1932], MIMIS [1932], KOURA [1936, CARIBE [1941], VIGIL [1942], KOURA [1947]. Broken up at Blyth 10/01/1954 [Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co]
THESPIS: Cargo Ship 4,342 tons, launched 29/10/1901 ~ Sir Raylton Dixon and Co, Middlesbrough. Arrived Blyth 27/04/1930 for breaking by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd.
U30: Type U 27 German Submarine, 878grt, launched 15/11/1913 ~ Kaiserliche Werft, Danzig. Surrendered 22/11/1918, broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Blyth in 1919-20.
U33: Type U 31-class German Submarine, 971grt, launched 19/05/1914 ~ Germaniawerft, Kiel. Surrendered 16/01/1919, broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Blyth in 1919-20.
U82: Type Mittel U German Submarine, 1,160grt, launched 01/07/1916 ~ Germaniawerft, Kiel. Surrendered 16/01/1919, broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Blyth in 1919-20.
U98: Type U-93 German Submarine 1,106grt, launched 28/02/1917 ~ Germaniawerft, Kiel. Surrendered 16/01/1919, broken up by Hughes Bolckow Shipbreaking Co Ltd, Blyth in 1919-20.
WEST WIND: Cargo Ship 5,708grt, laid down as HALLGRIM, completed as WEST WIND [02/1918] ~ Northwest Steel, Portland OR. Other Names: EDWIN CHRISTENSON [1926], SHAPUR [1946], S. MIGUEL BAY [1947], MIRA [1950] . Scrapped at Blyth 05/12/1952 [Hughes Bolckow].