X.216

Class: 
98 foot, powered; Nos X.201 - X.225
Launch Date: 
1916
Builder: 
Osbourne, Graham & Co., Hylton, Sunderland
Yard No: 
204
Engine: 
BOL
Screws: 
2

1919 repair barge RB.1 in Northern Russia

1919 at Portsmouth as X.216

Later RODWELL

Converted to a Cable layer in WW2

1952 floating laboratory at H.M. Underwater Detection establishment, Portland as FC.14

1959 sold to owners at Poole as RODWELL (ON 301799)

1960 broken up?

In 1946, from World Ship Society collection
In 1946, from World Ship Society collection

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