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 LOCH BROOM

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 Picture: At Glasgow, Colin Campbell
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Builders: John Elder, Govan
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MacBraynes renamed her Lochbroom and used her on the West Coast until 1937 when she was scrapped at Smith & Houstons yard in Port Glasgow.
She was bought from the Aberdeen Steam Navigation Company's as the City of London in 1931. She replaced the classic first Claymore, she was already 60 years old - 10 years older than the vessel that she replaced when she entered service.
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