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Strathfillan - (1916-1922)
"Strathfillan", 4,353 gross tons, length 370ft x beam 52ft, single screw.
She had the usual triple expansion steam engine.
Built 1906 by Wm. Hamilton & Co., Port Glasgow for Charles Burrell & Sons, Glasgow.
1916 sold to Anglo-American Oil Co. (Esso).
1922 sold to Carlisle Shipping Co. (W. Stewart & Co., Glasgow).
1928 sold to Waverley Shipping Co. (T. L. Duff & Co., Glasgow) renamed "TORBEATH".
1931 sold to Mollers Ltd, Shanghai renamed "ELIZABETH MOLLER".
1944 Managed by Ministry of War Transport.
1947 Owned by Government of Mysore and scrapped in India.
Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :
STRATHFILLAN - 1906 BR 1T (9)
4,353 Grt for Strathfillan SS. Co., Ltd. (Burrell & Son), Glasgow, 369.8 x 52.2
Cargo build by Wm. Hamilton & Co., Ltd., Port Glasgow (6) #182, 121341
1916 - Anglo-American Oil Co., Ltd., Glasgow (London)
1923 - Carlisle SS. Co., Ltd. (W. Stewart & Co.), Glasgow
1928 - TORBEATH Waverley Shipping Co., Ltd. (T. L. Duff & Co.), Glasgow
1932 - ELIZABETH MOLLER E. Moller (Moller & Co., mgrs.), Shanghai
1936 - Moller Line, Ltd. (Moller's, Ltd.), Shanghai
1945 - Ministry of War Transport
1947 - Gov't. of Mysore
Broken up at Madras 1947, work reported underway in July 1947
Additional Info ;
ELIZABETH MOLLER - 1943, ex. TORBEATH, ex. STRATHFILLAN
Code letters: GQKY Official Number: 121341
Rigging: steel single screw steamer; 1 deck & Spar Deck; deep framing; water ballast
Tonnage: 4,353 tons gross, 4,063 under deck and 2,816 net
Dimensions: 369.8 feet long, 52.2 foot beam and holds 17.5 feet deep; Poop 25 feet;
Bridge 92 feet; Forecastle 40 feet
Construction: 1906, W. Hamilton & Co. Ltd. in Port Glasgow
Propulsion: triple expansion engine with 3 cylinders of 25, 41 & 68 inches diameter
respectively; stroke 48 inches; 367 nominal horsepower;
engine built by D. Rowan & Co. in Glasgow
Owners: Moller Line Ltd. (Moller's Ltd., managers)
Port of registry: Shanghai.
The Miramar Ship Index for "STRATHFILLAN"
1928 TORBEATH - 1931 ELIZABETH MOLLER
Scrapped in India 3rd quarter 1947.