|Builder||D. & W. Henderson & Co., Ltd., Glasgow|
|Operator||Manchester Liners, Ltd., Manchester|
|History||Bought by Manchester Liners to replace Manchester Engineer I sunk in 1916 by U 44. She was of very similar appearance, built as a general cargo steamer for the West of Scotland S.S. Co. and named Craigvar. Resold the next year, retaining name. Sold in 1910 and renamed Nation. Acquired by Manchester Liners in 1917. |
U-boat attacks on Steamer Manchester Engineer
|1||8 Jun 1917||U 28 (Georg Schmidt)||Damaged||NE of Vardö - Damaged by gunfire||68° 30'N, 38° 28'E||Mancherster - Archangelsk||munitions||0|
|2||16 Aug 1917||UC 16 (Georg Reimarus)||Sunk||4.5 miles SE of Flamborough Head||South Shields - St. Nazaire||coal||0|
Position of attack on Manchester Engineer
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