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St Tudno
Built in 1891 by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co, Glasgow
Length  265.4 ft  :  GRT  754
Engines : Compound diagonal  51.5 and 93 in x 66 in

Built for the Liverpool & North Wales Steamship Company
Reboilered in 1911 due to her heavy coal consumption
Sold in 1912 to the Hamburg-America Shipping Line for tendering duties in the Southampton area
Siezed from her German owners during World War I she served as a troop carrier and spent time at ports in Normandy
Enrolled into the US navy as USS Tudno for troop carrying duties
Laid up after the war and scrapped in the Netherlands in 1922

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