Photo supplied by Mr. John Bateson. Copyright Turnbull Scott Archives.
|Builder||R. Craggs & Sons, Ltd., Middlesbrough|
|Operator||Parkgate SS. Co., Ltd. (Turnbull, Scott & Co.), London|
U-boat attacks on Steamer Parkgate
|1||1 Jun 1916||UC 10 (Alfred Nitzsche)||Damaged||Mined 1.5 miles ESE of the Sunk LV 51°52’N, 1°39’30”E. Beached Mucking Flat but refloated and returned to service.||51° 52'N, 1° 39'E||Alexandria - Hull||cotton see and grain||0|
|2||4 Apr 1917||U 35 (Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière)||Sunk||Attacked by gunnery 80 miles NE of Cap de Fer. Vessel captured after an hour and 15 minute exchange, then sunk by gunnery and scuttling charge.||38° 12'N, 8° 10'E||Malta - Gibraltar||in ballast||16|
|Master taken prisoner.|
Position of attacks on Parkgate
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