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S.S. Columbia

* Ship Name: Columbia
* Years in service: 1901-1929
* Funnels: 3
* Masts: 2
* Aliases: Columbella (1914), Columbia (1919), Moreas (1926)
* Shipping Line: Anchor
* Ship Description: Built by D. & W. Henderson & CO., Ltd., Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 8,292. Dimensions: 485' x 56' (503' o.l.). Twin-screw, 15 1/2 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and three funnels.
* History: Renamed: (a) Columbella (1914), (b) Columbia (1919), (c) Moreas (1926). Note: Employed as a British armed merchant cruiser during World War I.
* Scrapped in Italy, 1929.


File nameColumbia-web.jpg
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Linked toLily Winkler; Mariam Winkler; Philip Winkler; Sarah Winkler

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