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HMS CRATHIE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  A 350, HIRED TRAWLER NO 61, CRATHIE
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1914 wreck of British trawler which foundered approximately 30 miles east of the Tyne after being mined while on patrol duty as a minesweeper, operating out of the Tyne in the North Sea. Constructed of steel in 1911, she was a steam-driven vessel which had been hired by the Admiralty. She was one of six vessels all lost in the same minefield within 24 hours; for the other vessels, please see GOTTFRIED, 1473042; GAEA, 1002309; THOMAS W IRVIN, 1366041; BARLEY RIG, 1366064; and SKULI FOGETI, 1002311.

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