In Granton Harbour

Reproduced with acknowledgement to Captain Walter Lyle Hume Isle of Wight

Lord Rivers  GN 4

Built 1935     Deutsche Schiff n Mschb -A G Seebeck, Wesermunde Germany  as "Peter Hendriks"  (Steel)
Yard No 528
Owner at New Aberdeen  Steam Trawling & Fishing Co Ltd, Aberdeen (George Massie manager)
ID no 162293
Launch Date 1935
Completed 08.1935
Gross Tons 266
Nett Tons 113
Engine 90 hp   C.2-cyl by Deutsche Schiff n Mschb -A G Seebeck, Wesermunde Germany (Turbine )
Length 127.6ft
Breadth 24.1ft
Depth 12.9ft
15.08.1935 Registered at Aberdeen A.315
1938 Walter Rhind appointed manager.
11.1939 Requisitioned and converted to Anti Submarine Vessel (P.No.FY.260) attached to 18th Anti Submarine Group. 
19.06.1941 Collided with and sank HMS "Umpire" (540g/1940) 20 miles north of Well next the Sea Norfolk with the loss of 22 crewmen.
02.12.1942 Owned by Northern Trawlers Ltd, London (William Albert Bennett, Grimsby manager ).
02.1946 Returned to Owners.
22.12.1947 Owned by Lord Line Ltd, Hull (Thomas W. Boyd manager) 
22.12.1947 Aberdeen registry closed.
12.1947 Renamed "LORD RIVERS"
12.1947 Registered at Hull H 485.
1952 Owned by Granton Trawler Co Ltd,  Granton Edinburgh (Carnie & Gibb managers).
1952 Hull registry closed.
1952 Registered at Granton GN 4.
1965 Sold as scrap.
1965 Scrapped  by Motherwell Machinery & Scrap Co Ltd (formerly G & W. Brunton) at Grangemouth.