Konstan - Collection C. Kleiss
At Palamós
        At the beginning of the Civil War she was under the control of the Republican Government, making various trips until on 26/August/1936, when during a trip with iron ore from Bilbao to Gijón, she was located by the national battleship España close to Cabo Ajo, sending the destroyer Velasco to intercept and escort her to Ferrol. Close to Suances they were attacked by republican planes, without causing damage. The slow speed of the merchant left the destroyer exposed to new attacks, so it was decided to sink her by gunfire in front of Luarca.
Shipyard / Year S.P. Austin & Son / 1899
Owner William Cory & Son
Name Hendon
Owner / Year Cory Colliers Limited / 1916
Name Corloch
Dead weight 2,720 MT
Gross register 1,857 GRT
Lenght 80.4 mtr
Breadth 12.0 mtr
Depth 5.2 mtr
Propulsion Reciprocating triple expansion
Power 980 H.P.
Bought 1920 to
Owner Cory Colliers Limited
Name Corloch
Sunk 26/08/1936 gunfired by the Velasco

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