SS 'Morven'

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The steam trawler 'Morven' was built in 1902 by Duthie & Sons at Torry for the Grampian Steam Trawl Fishing Co. Ltd. Taken up for Admiralty service, June 1915, minesweeping in the Dardanelles, 'Morven' went on fishing after the war until being broken up in 1960.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum


SS 'Morven'




oil on paper on board


H 36.1 x W 60.1 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from Mr and Mrs R. Mathieson, 1983

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Inscription description

"A Harwood 1914" SS Morven


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