|Builder||W. Dobson & Co., Newcastle|
|Operator||Rederi A/B Svenska Lloyd (H. Metcalfe), Göteborg|
|History||Built as Talavera for H. Scholefield & Son, Newcastle. Owner listed from 1901 as Talavera SS. Cop., Ltd. (Arthur Scholefield), Newcastle. Sold in 1904 to Ångfartygs A/B Kullen (C. A. Banck), Helsingborg. Sold again in 1917, this time to Rederi A/B Svenska Lloyd and renamed Fylgia.|
U-boat attacks on Steamer Fylgia
|1||24 Jan 1918||UC 49 (Hans Kükenthal)||Sunk||Torpedoed and sunk about 10 miles SE of Bell Rock||56° 23'N, 2° 15'W||Göteborg - Rouen||general cargo||3|
|Master: M. V. Edström. Had sailed from Skudesnes Fjord on the 22nd in convoy HZ2. At the time of her loss, Fylgia had become separated from the convoy due to fog.|
Position of attack on Fylgia
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