Glasgow And Ships Of The Clyde

Ship: CLAN GRAHAM (1907-1918 and 1920 General cargo turret-deck steamer 400 feet long of Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow)

Port of Registry: Glasgow
Net Tonnage: 3,289
Reg Tonnage: -
Gross Tonnage: 5,213
Deadweight Tonnage: -

DATE is correct but ACTUAL TIME is not known - any TIME SHOWN is our estimate for guidance

Bill McKellar writes : From Norman Middlemiss's excellent Clan Line Book :

Completed in 1907 by William Doxford Shipyard at Sunderland for Clan Line Steamers, Glasgow

In May 1917 while in the Mediterranean she was attacked by gunfire from a submarine, but escaped

In March 1918 when she was 15 miles off Crete she was torpedoed by a German submarine, three crewmen were lost, and the ship was towed to Suda Bay, Crete.

November 1920 saw her involved in a collision in Flushing Roads, subsequently being beached and thereafter catching fire. As a result she was broken up in Belgium in 1923