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The Mystery Ship August 2011 Issue

Can anyone name this cargo liner which, according to the information on the back of the original image, was pictured in the Firth of Forth during World War I?

When and where was she built? Which company operated her? What became of her?

Send your answer to:

Mystery Ship, Ships Monthly, Kelsey Publishing, Cudham Tithe Barn, Berrys Hill, Cudham, Kent TN16 3AGor to sm.ed@kelsey.co.uk

Authors of correct published answers will receive a free Ships Monthly fleece – for full details see www.kelseyshop.co.uk. An order form with details will be sent to the published author. More details next issue.

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