HMAT A46 Clan McGillivray

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History
Name

HMAT A46 Clan McGillivray

Builder/Built 1911
Displacement 5,0023 tons
Speed 14 knots


Remarks

Owned by the Cayser, Irvin and Co of Glasgow (Clan Line), the Clan McGillivray completed four journeys as a troopship while leased to the Commonwealth. On 16 Aug 1917 management of her work was transferred to the British Admiralty.

Between 29 Dec 1914 and 23 Jan 1915 she was converted at Cockatoo Island Drydock for troop transportation. Two of the voyages as a troop ship began in Brisbane.

Sol in 1948 to Hong Kong interests, and renamed Maclock.

Soldiers carried

Melbourne to Port Suez 22 February - ? March 1915

Brisbane to Port Suez 1 May - ? June 1916

Port Suez to Fremantle 10 July - 6 August 1916

Fremantle to Port Suez 18 September - 2 November 1916