Tyne and Wear HER(12929): Sunderland, Folmina - Details
A Dutch steamship of 1158 tons, 230 feet long, en route from Rotterdam to Leith Roads, torpedoed by German submarine UB34 January 22nd 1918 off Sunderland (Collings). A 1158T Dutch steamship measuring 70.15m x 10.36m x 4.01m sunk by a torpedo on January 22nd 1918. UB 34. 2 miles off Sunderland. Master: H A Prins. Owner: Holland-Gulf Stoom. Maats. Built: 1915. Builder: Wilton's Eng. & Slipway Co. Where Built: Rotterdam. Propulsion: Screw driven, 3 cylinder triple expansion engine. Boilers: 1. Machinery: Wiltons Eng. & Slipway Co. Rotterdam.
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