Ships hit during WWI

Montfort

NameMontfort
TypeSteamer
GRT6,578 tons
Country  British
Built1899
BuilderPalmers’ SB. & Iron Co., Ltd., Newcastle
OperatorCanadian Pacific Railway Co. (Canadian Pacific Ocean Services, Ltd.), Liverpool
History

U-boat attacks on Steamer Montfort


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
11 Oct 1918U 55 (Alexander Weiß)SunkTorpedoed 170 miles WxS3/4S of Bishop Rock. Hit on the 1st, sank the next day.
48° 00'N, 10° 20'W
London - Montreal
general cargo
5

Montfort was in convoy OD128 (sailed Plymouth Sound 30 September) at the time of the attack.

Position of attack on Montfort

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1918 (1).

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