St Lindsay

At 03.46 hours on 14 Jun, 1941, the St. Lindsay (Master Oliver J.S. Hill), dispersed from convoy OG-64, was torpedoed and sunk by U-751 southwest of Iceland.

The ship was hit in the foreship and broke in two after a heavy detonation. The bow sank immediately and the stern sank vertically 80 seconds after the hit.

The master, 33 crew members, four gunners and five passengers (Naval personnel) were lost.

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Wallace Shipbuilding


Steam 3 Cyl




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