HMT "Strathalladale"from a painting by R. Clark

 Strathalladale GN 1

Built 1907      Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen  (Steel)
   
Yard No 445
   
Owner at New Aberdeen Steam Trawling & Fishing Co Ltd,  Aberdeen   (John Brown manager)
   
ID no 127141
   
Launch Date 18.12.1907
   
Completed 01.1908
   
Gross Tons 199
   
Nett Tons 77
   
Engine 67 hp   T.3-cyl by Hall Russell & Co Ltd,  Aberdeen
   
Length 113.2ft
   
Breadth 22ft
   
Depth 11.6ft
   
Owners  
16.01.1908 Registered at Aberdeen A.189
17.06.1914 Collided with and sank steam drifter "Lively Hope" BF 1339 2 miles ENE off Fraserburgh
02.1915 Requisitioned  and converted to minesweeper (Ad No.950) based at Falmouth.
1919 Returned to Owners
1919 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin Granton Edinburgh (owner/manager)
01.02.1919 Aberdeen registry closed.
05.02.1919 Registered at Granton GN 1
28.02.1919 Thomas L. Devlin deceased, (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr managers) (Company Trustees -Grace Darney Devlin ( his wife); John Inglis, Peebles; Alex Stewart ( R. C. Priest) St Mary's Cathedral House Edinburgh)).
17.06.1919 Mortgaged by Thomas L. Devlin (Trustees), Granton Edinburgh (A).
17.06.1919 Mortgagee: John Inglis, Peebles, Peeblesshire.
08.02.1923 Mortgage (A) discharged upon the death of John Inglis.
05.07.1923 Owned by Thomas L. Devlin & Sons, Granton Edinburgh (Robert D. Devlin & Thomas L. Devlin Jnr owner/managers).
10.07.1924 Rammed the S.S. "Clara" (1153g/1874) of Copenhagen as she lay at the west pier Granton.
11.11.1926 Following the death of Robert D. Devlin; Thomas L. Devlin Jnr becomes owner/ manager.
1927 Owned by David Wood & James Brown (skipper), Aberdeen (David Wood manager). 
20.10.1927 Granton registry closed.
02.11.1927 Registered at Aberdeen A.285
01.12.1934 Owned by James Brown & Charles Brown (skipper), Aberdeen (James Brown manager).
14.02.1940 Picked up survivors from British tanker "Gretafield" 10 mls ENE from Wick
20.10.1941 Owned by W. H. Dodds & Co Ltd, Margaret Hay King & Jane King Walker, Aberdeen (George Walker manager)
04.1944 Requisitioned and converted to ESSO (Fuel carrier)
10.1944 Returned to Owners
01.1956 Sold as scrap to BISCO (British Iron & Steel Co) for 2750
27.01.1956 Arrived at Charlestown, Fife.
01.1956 Scrapped by Shipbreaking Industries at Charlestown Fife
16.07.1956 Aberdeen registry closed.