Horley

Vessel Name on Arrival: 
Marie Moller
Vessel Type: 
Cargo
Official Number: 
132574
GRT: 
4,770
Year Built: 
1911
Arrival Date: 
15/07/1937
Original Builder: 
Northumberland Shipbuilding Company of Howdon-on-Tyne
Original Yard No.: 
179
Name Changes: 

Built as Horley for Houlder Middleton of London

1912 :  acquired by Lamport & Holt and renamed Euclid

1931 :  acquired by Ben Line Steamers and renamed Benvannoch

1935 :  acquired by Moller & Company and renamed Marie Moller

Other Information: 

Triple Expansion Steam Reciprocating Engine

Launched :  15/02/1911

Completed :  July 1911

Following an explosion and fire on board the vessel whilst on a passage from Vizagatapam to Liverpool, and in a position off Holyhead Bay, the vessel was taken in tow to LIverpool then towed to Troon for breaking up.  Photo shows her as Lamport & Holt's  EUCLID

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