Ships hit during WWI

Fallodon

NameFallodon
TypeSteamer
GRT3,012 tons
Country  British
Built1903
BuilderBartram & Sons, Sunderland
OperatorSt. Just SS. Co., Ltd. (Wm. Reardon Smith & Sons), London
HistoryFallodon was built for London & Northern SS. Co., Ltd. (Pyman Bros., Ltd.), London. In 1917, she changed hands twice, first with Pyman, Watson & Co., Ltd. becoming the owners and then again with St. Just SS. Co., Ltd. assuming ownership.

U-boat attacks on Steamer Fallodon


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
116 Jun 1917U 61 (Victor Dieckmann)Damaged9 miles ESE of Mine Head - damaged by torpedo only. Beached but refloated.

Cork - Cherbourg
hay
0

228 Dec 1917UC 71 (Ernst Steindorff)Sunk12 miles SSE of St Catherine’s Point
50.26N, 1.06W
Havre - Clyde
in ballast
1

Position of attack on Fallodon

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1917 (1).

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