|Builder||M. Pearse & Co., Stockton|
|Operator||Ångfartygs A/B Harold (G. E. Reuter), Göteborg|
|History||Built as Hamsteels for Pyman, Bell & Co., Newcastle. The steamer stranded June 4, 1884 on Finngrund, near Gefle, while on a voyage from Sandvik for London with a cargo of deals. She was towed into Fursund June 18 and sold on October 13, 1884 to E. Liljewalch, Stockholm, who renamed the vessel Harold. Harold was then sold to Ångfartygs A/B Harold (K. O. F. Dalman), Göteborg in 1889. In 1907, Rederi A/B Vega (G. Wilkens), Göteborg became the owner. She was then sold to Ångfartygs A/B Harold (G. E. Reuter), Göteborg in 1916.|
U-boat attacks on Steamer Harold
|1||6 May 1917||UB 21 (Franz Walther)||Sunk||Shelled and sunk 76 miles NExE1/2E of the Tyne||55° 37'N, 0° 33'E||Tyne - Göteborg||coal||5|
|Capt. Anders Wimmerstedt|
Position of attack on Harold
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