As "Mary Paton" GW 15 at Granton

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Ben Rossal A 65


Built 1929    Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen (Steel)
Yard No 704
Owner at New Richard Irvin & Sons Ltd,  North Shields   (Sir John H. Irvin K.B.E, Aberdeen manager)
ID no 148964
Launch Date 17.10.1929
Completed 11.1929
Gross Tons 260
Nett Tons 114
Engine 82 hp  T.3-cyl by  Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
Length 122.7ft
Breadth 23.1ft
Depth 12.4ft
08.11.1929 Registered at Aberdeen A.65
09.1939 Requisitioned and converted to Boom Defence Vessel (P No Z.120).
06.03.1942 Owned by William Carnie Jnr, Thomas Young Carnie & Liston Carnie Granton Edinburgh (William Carnie Jnr manager).
14.08.1945 Aberdeen registry closed.
08.1945 Registered at Granton GN?
03.1946 Returned to Owners
1946 Owned by Ardrossan Trawling Co Ltd, Glasgow (Walter K. Paton Ltd managers) 
1946 Renamed  "MARY PATON"  
1946 Granton registry closed.
1946 Registered at Glasgow GW 15.
1958/9 Lloyds class withdrawn.
30.12.1959 Sold as scrap to BISCO (British Iron & Steel Co).
1960 Scrapped by Malcolm Brechin at Granton Edinburgh.