4892-ton British cargo steamer, built 1891. 400ft x 45ft. 582hp triple-expansion engines.

Cargo: General, London from Middlesbrough. Position: 54 10.92N; 00 08.33W. Depth: 32m.
Sunk: 21 July, 1918, by torpedo from UC-70. 36 of crew lost.
Diving: In one piece,upright, bow and stern intact. Sides collapsing in places. Holds open. Boilers and engines clear from top. Winches in position. Four anchors on decks. Masts lying crosswise. Beware silt.
Launch: Flamborough.