Troopships: Ship Descriptions

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These are brief descriptions of most of the ships used to carry members of the CEF from Canada to Great Britain, Bermuda and St Lucia, or to carry members of the CSEF to Siberia, and then to return them home again. More complete information about, and images of most of these vessels can be found at one or more of these websites:

http://www.theshipslist.com/index.html

http://www.clydesite.co.uk/clydebuilt/index.asp

http://www.simplonpc.co.uk/ ; and

http://www.roll-of-honour.org/Ships

Outbound Troopships

Adriatic White Star Line; 24,541 tons; 17 knots; 2925 passengers; built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast 1907 for White Star; scrapped 1935.

Ajana Australind Steam Shipping Co.; 7,753 tons; 13 knots; built 1912 by Russell & Co. Port Glasgow as a refrigerated cargo vessel for Australind used as troopship by AIF 427 all ranks, 304 horses; scrapped 1932.

Alaunia Cunard; 13,405 tons; 15 knots; 2,060 passengers; built 1913 by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Greenock, for Cunard; mined and sunk 2 mi S from Royal Sovereign Lightship, Oct. 19, 1916 with loss of 2 lives.

Andania Cunard; 13,405 tons; 15 knots; 2,060 passengers; built 1913 by Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Greenock for Cunard; torpedoed and sunk by U 46 in North Channel Jan 27, 1918 with a loss of 4 lives.

Arawa Shaw Savil & Albion; 9372 tons; 14 knots; 220 passengers; built 1907 by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Shaw Savil & Albion; torpedoed and sunk by U 135 NW of Azores, Jan 22, 1942

Athenia Donaldson Line; 7,845 tons; cargo +12 passengers; 14 knots; built in 1904 by Vickers Sons & Maxim for Donaldson; refit in 1905 8,668 tons, 512 passengers; torpedoed without warning and sunk by U 53 Aug. 16,1917, 7 mi North of Inistrahull Ire. with a loss of 15 lives.

Atreus Alfred Holt & Co./Blue Funnel; 6,726 tons; built 1911 by Scotts , Greenock for Alfred Holt & Co.; scrapped 1949

Ausonia Cunard; 7,907 tons; 12 knots; 1037 passengers; built 1909 as 'Tortona' by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson , Wallsend-on-Tyne for Thomson line; sold to Cunard and renamed Ausonia 1911; torpedoed and sunk by gunfire by U 55 off Fastnet 1918 with a loss of 44 lives.

Baltic White Star; 23,876 tons; 17 knots; 2,875 passengers; built 1903 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star; scrapped in Japan 1933.

Bellerophon Blue Funnel Line; 8,954 tons; built 1906 for Blue Funnel; scrapped 1948.

Bermudian Canada Steamship Lines; 5,530 tons; 405 passengers; built 1904 by Sir James Laing & Sons, Sunderland for Quebec Steam Ship Co.; taken over by CSL 1913, scrapped 1934

Caledonia Anchor Line; 9,223 tons; 16 knots; 1,328 passengers; built 1905 by D & W Henderson Ltd., Glasgow for Anchor Line; torpedoed without warning and sunk by submaine 125 miles East by South of Malta Dec.4, 1916.

California Anchor Line; 8,622 tons; 16 knots; 1,214 passengers; built 1907 by D & W Henderson Ltd., Glasgow for Anchor Line; torpedoed and sunk Feb. 7, 1917 38 miles W by S of Fastnet with loss of 43 lives.

Cameronia Anchor Line; 10,963 tons; 16 knots; 1,468 passengers; built 1911 by D & W Henderson Ltd., Glasgow for Anchor; torpedoed and sunk by U 33 150 mi E of Malta Apr.15, 1917 with loss of 129 lives.

Canada Dominion Line; 8,806 tons; 15knots; 1,200 passengers; built 1896 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Dominion Line; rebuilt to 9,413 tons 1903; altered to 1,218 passengers 1909; scrapped 1926.

Caraquit (Caraquet) Royal Mail Packet Co.; 4,917 tons; built 1894 as ‘Guelph’ for Union Steamship Co. transferred to Union-Castle SS Co. 1900; sold to Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. and renamed Caraquet 1913;

Carmania Cunard; 19,524 tons; 18 knots; 2,550 passengers; built 1905 by John Brown & Co. Glasgow for Cunard; converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1914; scrapped 1932.

Carnarvonshire Royal Mail Steam Packet Co; 9,406 tons; 14 knots; 1,012 passengers; built 1914 by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast for RMSP; scrapped 1936.

Caronia Cunard; 19,687 tons; 18 knots; 2,550 passengers; built 1904 by John Brown & Co., Glasgow for Cunard; scrapped 1933.

Carpathia Cunard; 13,603 tons; 14 knots; 1,704 passengers; built 1902 by Swan & Hunter, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Cunard; refit 1905 to 2,550 passengers; torpedoed and sunk by U 55 120 mi W of Fastnet July 17, 1918 with loss of 5 lives.

Cassandra Donaldson Line; 7,396 tons; 14 knots; 1,200 passengers; built 1906 Scotts Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Greenock for Donaldson, rebuilt to 8135 tons; scrapped 1934

Cedric White Star Line; 21,035 tons; 16 knots 2,877 passengers; built 1902 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star; scrapped 1932.

Celtic White Star Line; 21,035 tons; 16 knots; 2,857 passengers; built 1901 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star; wrecked near Cobh Harbour Ire, 1928.

Ceramic White Star Line; 18,495 tons; 15 knots; 600 passengers; built 1913; torpedoed and sunk by U 515 off Azores 1942 with loss of 656 lives.

Chaleur Royal Mail Packet Co.; 4,745 tons; built 1893 as ‘Gaul’ for Union Steamship Co; transferred to Union-Castle Mail SS Co. 1900; sold to Royal Mail Steam Packet Co and renamed ‘Sabor’ 1906; renamed Chaleur for the Canada - West Indies service 1913; 1927 scrapped.

Chaudiere Royal Mail Packet Co.; 4,100 tons; built 1899 as ‘Phillipeville’ for Compaignie Maratime Belge du Congo; sold to Elder, Dempster & Co 1906 and renamed ‘Mandingo’; sold to Royal Mail Steam Packet Co. 1914 and renamed Chaudiere for the Canada - West Indies service; scrapped 1927.

Chignecto Royal Mail Packet Co.; 4,757 tons; built as ‘Greek’ 1893 for Union Steamship Co; transferred to Union-Castle Mail SS Co. 1900; sold to Royal Mail Steam Packet Co 1906 and renamed ‘Segura’; renamed Chignecto for the Canada - West Indies service 1913; scrapped 1927.

City of Cairo Ellerman Hall Line; 7,882 tons; built 1915 for Ellerman Hall; torpedoed and sunk by U 68 S of St. Helena 1942 with loss of 104 lives.

City of Marseilles Ellerman Hall Line; 8,250 tons; 14 knots; 187 passengers; built 1912 by Palmers Co., Jarrow-on-Tyne for Ellerman Hall; scrapped 1947.

City of Vienna Ellerman Hall Line; 7,702 tons; built 1914 for Ellerman Hall; wrecked Sambro N.S. 1918.

Columbella Anchor Line; 8,292 tons; 16 knots; 1,304 passengers; built 1900 as ‘Columbia’ by D & W Henderson Ltd., Glasgow for Anchor Line; requisitioned as an Armed Merchant Cruiser renamed Columbella; scrapped 1929

Commonwealth Pennisular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co; 6,616 tons; built 1902 for Blue Anchor Line; sold to P & O 1910; scrapped 1923

Cornishman Dominion Line 5,749 tons; 13 knots; built 1891 as ‘Nomadic’ by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star Line; sold to Dominion Line 1903 renamed Cornishman 1904; scrapped 1926.

Corinthian Allan Line; 6,227 tons; 13 knots; 600 passengers; built 1900 by Workman Clark & Co. Belfast for Allan Line; rebuilt to 7,333 tons 1,180 passengers 1908; taken over by CP 1917; wrecked Brier Island, Bay of Fundy 1918.

Corsican Allan Linel 11,419 tons; 16 knots; 1,506 passengers; built 1907 by Barclay, Curle & Co. Glasgow for Allan Line; taken over by CP 1917; wrecked on Cape Pine Nfld. 1923.

Duendes Pacific Steam Navigation Co.; 4,602 tons; built 1906

Durham Castle Union-Castle Line; 8,217 tons; 480 passengers; built 1904 by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Glasgow for Union-Castle; mined and sunk off Cromarty 1940.

Eagle Point Furniss Line; 5,222 tons; built 1900 for Furniss Line; captured and torpedoed by U70 100 mi WNW of Bishop Rock 28 March 1916. made 2 trips as a troopship for the CEF

Elele Elder, Dempster & Co.; 4,831 tons; built for Elder, Dempster & Co. 1912; torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine 18 June 1917 300 miles NW 3/4 W of the Fastnet no loss of life.

Empress of Britain Canadian Pacific; 14,189 tons; 18 knots; 1,630 passengers; built 1905 by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Glasgow for Canadian Pacific; Armed Merchant Cruiser 1915; troopship 1915; scrapped 1930.

Essequibo Royal Mail Packet Co.; 8,489 tons; built 1915 for RMSP Co. Used primarily as a Hospital ship but did carry CEF members to England

Feltria Cunard; 5,183 tons; 14 knots; 1,080 passengers; built 1891 as ‘Avoca’ for British India Associated Steamers had various owners and names until sold to Cunard and renamed Feltria 1916; torpedoed and sunk by UC 48 8 miles off Mine Head, Co. Waterford, Ireland with loss of 45 lives.

Flavia Cunard; 9,001 tons; 13 knots; 2,270 passengers; built 1901as ‘British Empire’ by Palmers & Co., Jarrow-on-Tyne for British Shipowners Ltd had various owners and names until sold to Cunard and renamed Flavia 1916; torpedoed and sunk off Ireland 1918.

Gloucestershire Bibby Line; 8,124 tons; built 1910 for Bibby Line; converted to Armed Merchant Cruiser 1915; scrapped 1936.

Grampian Allan Line; 15 knots; 1,460 passengers; built 1907 by Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow for Allan Line; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1925.

Herschel Lamport and Holt Line; 6,293 tons; built 1914 for Lamport and Holt; scrapped 1934.

Hesperian Allan Line; 10,920 tons; 15 knots; 1,460 passengers; built 1907 by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow for Allan Line; torpedoed by U 20 off Fastnet Sept 4, 1915, sank Sept 6, 1915 130 mi W of Cobh Harbour with a loss of 3 lives.

Huntsend Leyland Line; 8,818 tons; 14 knots; 1908 passengers; built 1907 by AG Weser, Bremen for North German Lloyd; captured 1914 and renamed Huntsend; scrapped 1933.

Ionian Allan Line; 8,268 tons; 14 knots; 1,092 passengers; built 1901 by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast for Allan Line; refit to carry 1,125 passengers 1909; taken over by CP; mined and sunk Oct. 21, 1917 off Milford Haven loss of 7 lives.

Irishman Dominion Line; 9,510 tons; built 1899, laid down as ‘Belgia’ for Hamburg-American Line sold to Atlantic Transport Line before completion renamed ‘Michigan’; sold to Dominion Line and renamed 1904; scrapped 1924.

Ivernia Cunard; 14,058 tons; 15 knots; 1,964 passengers; built 1899 by Swan & Hunter, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Cunard; torpedoed and sunk by UB 47 off Cape Matapan, Greece Jan. 1, 1917.

Ixion Alfred Holt & Co/Blue Funnel Line; 10,229 tons; 11 knots; built 1912 for Blue Funnel Line; torpedoed and sunk by U 94 200 miles S W of Iceland May 7, 1941.

Justicia White Star Line; 32,120 tons; 18 knots; built 1914 by Harland and Wolff as ‘Statendam’ for Holland America Line renamed Justicia under White Star management 1917; torpedoed and sunk by UB 124 off Skerryvore, Scotland July 19, 1918, with loss of 10 lives.

Kia Ora Shaw Seville & Albion; 6,558 tons; built 1907 for Shaw Seville;

Karmala P & O; 9,128 tons; built 1914 for P & O; scrapped 1932.

Kildonan Castle Union Castle 9,664 tons; built 1899 for Castle Steam Packet; transferred to Union Castle Mail SS Co. 1900; scrapped 1931

Kursk Cunard; 7,858 tons; 15 knots; 1,586 passengers; built 1910 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow for Russian American Line; came under Cunard management 1917; scrapped 1939.

Laconia Cunard; 18,099 tons; 17 knots; 2,850 passengers; built 1911 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Cunard; torpedoed and sunk by U 50 with loss of 12 lives Feb 25, 1917

Lakonia Donaldson 4,686 tons; 12 knots; built 1899 by London & Glasgow Engineering & Iron Shipbuilding , for Donaldson; scrapped 1924

Lancastrian Atlantic Transport Line

Lapland Cunard; 17,540 tons; 17 knots; 2,350 passengers; built 1908 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Red Star Line; transferred to White Star 1914; scrapped 1933.

Laurentic White Star Line; 14,892 tons; 16 knots; 1,660 passengers; built 1908 as ‘Alberta’ by Harland & Wolff, Belfast but launched as Laurentic for White Star mined and sunk off Lough Swilly, Ire. 1917 with loss of 354 lives.

Letitia Donaldson Line; 8,991 tons; 14 knots; 1,250 passengers; built 1912 by Scott’s Shipbuilding & Engineering, Greenock for Donaldson; wrecked at Chebucto Head, Halifax, N.S. 1917; used primarily as a Hospital ship but made 4 outbound trips carrying CEF members

Manchester Corporation Manchester Liners Ltd., 5,400 tons; built 1899 for Manchester Liners; scrapped 1929

Mauretania Cunard; 31,938 tons; 25 knots; 2,265 passengers; built 1906 by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Cunard; scrapped 1935.

Megantic White Star Line; 14,878 tons; 16 knots; 1,660 passengers; built 1908 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast; laid down as ‘Albany’ for Dominion Line purchased before completion by White Star and launched as Megantic; scrapped 1933.

Melita Canadian Pacific; 13,967 tons; 15 knots; 1,750 passengers; built 1918 by Barclay, Curle & Co., Glasgow , laid down for Hamburg America Line 1913 purchased before completion by Canadian Pacific; scrapped 1950

Mercian Leyland Line; 6,305 tons; built 1908 for Leyland; scrapped 1933

Metagama Canadian Pacific; 12,420 tons; 15 knots; 1,720 passengers; built 1914 by Barclay, Curle & Co, Glasgow for Canadian Pacific; scrapped 1934.

Missanabie Canadian Pacific; 12,469 tons; built in 1914 for Canadian Pacific; torpedoed and sunk off Kinsale, Ire. 1918.

Mongolian Prince Prince Line; 5,880 tons; built 1913; purchased by Prince Line from Gow Harrison & Co. as ‘Verdala’ and renamed 1917;

Montezuma Canadian Pacific; 5,038 tons; built 1907 for Canadian Pacific;

Montreal Canadian Pacific; 8,644 tons; built 1899 for Beaver Line; taken over by CP 1903; sunk after collision with Cedric off River Mersey 1918.

Nankin Pennisular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co.; 6,846 tons; built 1912 for P & O; destroyed in explosion of tanker Uckermark at Yokohama 1942.

Nellore Pennisular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co.; 6,853 tons; built 1913 by Caird & Company Greenock for P & O.; torpedoed and sunk in Indian Ocean by Japanese submarine 1944 with loss of 77 lives.

Norseman Dominion Line; 9,545 tons; 12 knots; 2,700 passengers; built 1897 by Harland & Wolff Belfast as ‘Brasilia’ for Hamburg American Line sold to Harland & Wolff resold to Dominion Line and renamed Norseman 1900, torpedoed by U 39 and sunk in Murdos harbour.

Northland/Zeeland Red Star Line 11,905 tons; built 1901 as ‘Zeeland’ by John Brown & Co., Clydebank for Red Star; renamed Northland 1915; scrapped 1929

Olympic White Star; 45,234 tons; 21 knots; 2,435 passengers; built 1911 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star; rebuilt to 46.359 tons 1913; scrapped 1935.

Orduna Cunard; 15,507 tons; 14 knots; 1,120 passengers; built 1914 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Pacific Steam Navigation Co. leased to Cunard 1914; scrapped 1951.

Orontes Orient Line; 9,028 tons; 18 knots; built 1902 by Fairfield Govan for Orient Line; scrapped 1926.

Orita Pacific Steam Navigation Co; 9,266 tons; 14 knots; 708 passengers; built 1903 by Harland & Wolff Belfast for Pacific Steam Navigaiton Co.; scrapped 1931.

Oxfordshire Bibby Line; 8,648 tons; 15 knots; built 1912 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Bibby Line; used primarily as a hospital ship but made at least two outbound trips carrying CEF members.

Pannonia Cunard; 9,851 tons; 15 knots; 840 passengers; built 1903 by John Brown, Clydebank for Cunard; scrapped 1922

Parisian Leyland Line 7,548 tons built 1899 as Bethania by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow for Sir C Furniss; sold to Hamburg America Line, captured and renamed Parisian 1916;

Romney Lamport & Holt 4,464 tons; built 1898; scrapped 1926

Royal Edward Canadain Northern Steamship Co.; 11,117 tons; built 1907 as ‘Cairo’ for Egyptian Mail Steam Ship Co.; sold to Canadian Northern and renamed in 1910; torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine 6 mi from Kandeliusa in the Aegean with a loss of 935lives.

Royal George Canadian Northern Steamship Co.; 19 knots; 1,114 passengers; built 1907 by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co Glasgow as ‘Heliopolis’ for Egyptian Mail Steam Ship Co; sold to Canadian Northern and renamed in 1910; transferred to Cunard in 1916; scrapped 1922.


Runic White Star; 12,482 tons; 14 knots; 400 passengers; built 1900 Harland & Wolff, Belfast for White Star; sunk as ‘New Sevilla’ by U 138 west of Islay, Scotland, Sept. 20, 1940

Ruthenia Canadian Pacific; 7,392 tons; 13 knots; 680 passengers; built 1900 as ‘Lake Champlain’ for Elder Dempster & Co/Beaver Line; sold to CP 1903; refit 1906 to 1,150 passengers; converted to dummy battleship ‘HMS King George V’ Nov. 1914; scrapped 1949

Saturnia Donaldson Line; 8,611 tons; 14 knots; 1,200 passengers; built 1910 by Connell & Co., Glasgow; scrapped 1929

Saxonia Cunard; 14,281 tons; 15 knots; 1,964 passengers; built 1899 by John Brown & Co., Glasgow for Cunard; scrapped 1925

Scandinavian Allan Line; 11,394 tons; 15 knots; 1,200 passengers; built 1898 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast as New England for Dominion Line; sold to White Star and renamed Romanic 1903; sold to Allan Line and renamed Scandianavian 1912; taken over by Canadian Pacific 1917; scrapped 1923

Scotian Allan Line 10,322 tons built 1898 a ‘Statendam’ for Holland America Line; purchased by Allan Line and renamed Scotian 1912; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1927

Sicilian Allan Line; 6,224 tons; 13 knots; 600 passengers; built 1899 by Workman, Clark & Co. for Allan Line; refit 1906 to 1,180 passengers; rebuilt to 7,328 tons 1908; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1925

Somali Pennisular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co.; 6,708 tons; built 1901 by Caird & Co., Greenock for P& O; scrapped 1923

Teiresias Alfred Holt & Co/Blue Funnel; 7,606 tons; built 1914 for Blue Funnel; bombed and sunk off St. Nazaire 1940

Tenneyson Lamport & Holt; 3,901 tons; 12 knots; 142 passengers; built 1900 by Alexander Stephen & Sons Glasgow as ‘Evangeline’ for Furness Withy Co; sold to Lamport & Holt and renamed Tenneyson 1902; taken over by Admiralty 1914 for use as convoy commodore ship; scrapped 1932

Themistocles Aberdeen Line; 11,231 tons; 15 knots; 1,000 passengers; built 1911 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Aberdeen Line; scrapped 1947

Thongwa British India Steam Navigation Co.; 6,296 tons; built 1903; scrapped 1924

Toloa United Fruit Co.; 7,452 tons; built 1917; scrapped 1947

Tunisian Allan Line; 10,576 tons; 16 knots; 1,460 passengers; built 1900 by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow for Allan Line; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1928

Turcoman Dominion Line; 5,610 tons; built 1892 as ‘Lord Erne’ for Irish Shipowners Ltd.; sold to Dominion 1899; scrapped 1926

Tuscania Anchor Line; 14,348 tons; built 1915 by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow for Anchor Line; torpedoed and sunk 1918 with loss of 166 lives.

Tyrolia Canadian Pacific; 7,550 tons; built 1899 by Barclay, Curle & Co. Glasgow as ‘Lake Erie’ for Elder Dempster; taken over by CP 1903; renamed Tyrolia 1913; rebuilt as dummy battleship 1914 renamed ‘HMS Centurion’; scrapped 1925

Ulua United Fruit Co; built 1917 by Workman Clark & Co., Belfast; scrapped 1947

Vaderland/Southland Intenational Mercantile Marine Co./ Red Star Line; 11,899 tons; 15 knots; 1,162 passengers; built 1900 by John Brown & Co., Glasgow for IMM/Red Star; 1915 renamed Southland; torpedoed without warning and sunk by submarine 4 June 1917 140 miles from Tory Island loss of 4 lives.

Valacia Cunard; 6,526 tons; built 1910 as ‘Luceric’ for Andrew Weir & Co.; purchased by Cunard and renamed Valacia 1916; torpedoed and sunk as Sleipner II by U 103 450 miles off Las Palmas

Victoria Pacific Steam Navigation Co.; 5,967 tons built 1902 by Fairfield Govan; scrapped 1924

Victorian Allan Line; 10,635 tons; built 1904 by Workman Clark & Co., Belfast for Allan Line; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1929

Virginian Allan Line; 10,757 tons; built 1904 by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow; taken over by CP 1917; scrapped 1955

Welshman Dominion Line; 5,728 ton; 13 knots; cattle carrier; built 1891 by Harland & Wolff as ‘Tauric’ for White Star; sold to Dominion 1903 and renamed Welshman 1904; scrapped 1929

Waimana Shaw Savil & Albion; 10,389 tons; built 1911 for Shaw Savil & Albion; scrapped 1950

Cross Channel

This section provided in case someone wishes to undertake the necessary research

Repatriation

Adriatic see part one

Anchises Blue Funnel 10,046 tons built 1911 for Blue Funnel; bombed and sunk 1941

Aquitania Cunard; 45,647 tons; 23 knots; 3,263 passengers; built 1913 by John Brown & Co., Glasgow for Cunard; scrapped 1950

Araguaya Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., 10,537 tons; 15 knots; 1200 passengers; built 1906 by Workman, Clark & Co., Belfast for RMSP; sunk 1942

Ascania Cunard; 9,111 tons; 13 knots; 1700 passengers; begun as ‘Gerona’ by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne for Thomson Line but purchased and renamed Ascnia by Cunard before completion in 1911; wrecked 1918.

Baltic see part one

Belgic White Star 27,132 tons; 17 knots; 2,500 passengers built 1914 as ‘Belgenland’ for White Star but not completed until 1917 as Belgic; scrapped 1936

Bohemian Leyland Line; 8,548 tons; built 1900 by Alexander Stephen & Sons, glasgow for Leyland; sunk 1920

Briton Union Castle Mail SS Co.; 10,248 tons; 17.5 knots; 584 passengers; built 1897 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Union SS Co.; scrapped 1926

Canada see part one

Carmania see part one

Caronia see part one

Cassandra see part one

Cedric see part one

Chislehurst incorrectly transcribed as Thislehurst in LAC Passengers List database, formerly Canada see part one

City of Poona Ellerman 7,467 tons built 1912 for Ellerman; scrapped 1934

City of York Ellerman 7,844 tons; built 1904 for Ellerman; scrapped 1936

Columbia see Columbella part one

Corsican see part one

Cretic see part one

Durvegan

Empress of Asia Canadian Pacific; 16,909 tons; 19 knots; 1,180 passengers; built 1913 by Fairfield, Glasgow for CP; bombed and abandonned 1942; scrapped 1950

Empress of Britain see part one

Empress of France Canadian Pacific; 18,481 tons; 18 knots; 1,639 passengers; built 1913 by as ‘Alsatian’ William Beardmore & Co., Glasgow for Allan Line; scrapped 1934

Essequibo see part one

Goorka Union Castle 6,287 tons; 12.5 knots; built 1897 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast; scrapped 1928

Grampian see part one

Haverford IMM/American Line;11,635 tons, 14 knots; 1,850 passengers built 1901 by John Brown & Co., Clydebank for American Line

Khyber Pennisular & Oriental Steam Navigation; 9,114 tons; built 1913 for P& O; scrapped 1931

Lancashire Bibby Line; 9,542 tons; built 1914 for Bibby; scrapped 1956

Lapland see part one

Llandovery Castle Union Castle 10,609 tons,13 knots; built 1914 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow for Union Castle; torpedoed and sunk June 27,1918 with loss of 248 lives

Llanstephan Castle 11,346 tons; 15 knots; 460 passengers; built 1914 by Fairfield Shipbuilding Co. Glasgow for Union Castle SS Co.; scrapped 1952.

Maure Sanca

Mauretania see part one

Megantic see part one

Melita see part one

Metagama see part one

Minnedosa Canadian Pacific 13,972 tons; 15 knots; completed 1918 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow for CP; scrapped 1919

Minnekahda Atlantic Transport Line; 17,221 tons; 15 knots; completed 1917 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for Atlantic Transport Line; scrapped 1936

Missanabie see part one

Munroe

Nevasa Bristish India Steam Navigation Co., 9,071 tons; built 1913 by Barclay Curle & Co., Glasgow for BISN Co., used primarily as a hospital ship; scrapped 1948

Neurlia British India Steam Navigation Co.; 9,082 tons; built 1912 by Barlclay Curle & Co., Glasgow for BISN; sunk 1945

Northland see part one

Oentoer

Olympic see part one

Orduna see part one

Orpington Allan Line formerly Scandinavian see part one

Ortega Pacific Steam Navigation 7,970 tons built 1906; scrapped 1927

Ongar Allan Line; formerly Corsican see part one

Osterly Orient Steam Navigation Co.; 12,129 tons; 18 knots; 1,310 passengers; built 1908 by London & Glasgow Shipbuilding Co., Glasgow for Orient Steam Navigation; scrapped 1930

Pannonia see part one

Plassy Pennisular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co.; 7,405 tons built 1900 by Caird & Co., Greenock for P & O; scrapped 1924

Princess Juliana 8,085 tons; built 1910;

Port Lincoln Commonwealth & Dominion Line 6,444 tons; built 1912 for William Milburn Co., transferred to Commonwealth & Dominion 1914;

Regina Dominion; 16,313 tons; 15 knots; completed 1917 by Harland & Wolff Glasgow for Dominion Line; scrapped 1947

Rimouski Leyland; 9,281 tons; built 1918 by Harland & Wolff, Govan for British North Atlantic Steam Navigation Co./Dominion Line; scrapped 1932

Royal George see part one

Saturnia see part one

Saxonia see part one

Scandianvian see part one

Scotian see part one

Tunisian see part one

Ulua see part one

Vedic White Star; 9,332 tons; 16 knots; 1,250 passengers built 1918 by Harland & Wolff, Govan for OSN Co.; scrapped 1934

Winnifredian Leyland 10,405 tons; built 1899; scrapped 1929

Woodford