4238-ton steamer, built 1907. Originally Saint Rene, then Headley. 364ft x 50ft. 408hp triple-expansion engines. Armed.

Cargo: Coal, Tyne to Falmouth.

Position: 54 10 05N; 00 07 10W.

Depth: 33m.
Sunk: 23 October, 1917, by torpedo from UB-57. Five lost.
Diving: Intact, upright. Stern section 10m proud, lists to starboard. Midships broken from torpedo damage. Propeller recovered, but cast-iron spare still on deck.
Launch: Flamborough.