TSS Duke of Albany
|Name:||HMS Duke of Albany|
|Owner:||1907-1917: London and North Western Railway|
|Operator:||1907-1914: London and North Western Railway
|Port of registry:|
|Route:||1907-1914:Belfast – Fleetwood|
|Builder:||John Brown & Company|
|Out of service:||1916|
|Fate:||Torpedoed and sunk on 25 August 1916|
|Tonnage:||2,180 gross register tons (GRT)|
|Length:||330.5 ft (100.7 m)|
|Beam:||41.1 ft (12.5 m)|
|Draught:||17.1 ft (5.2 m)|
TSS Duke of Albany was a passenger vessel operated by the London and North Western Railway and the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway from 1907 to 1914. and also as HMS Duke of Albany from 1914 to 1916.
She was built by John Brown and Co. at Clydebank, as part of a fleet of seven ships delivered by the company between 1892 and 1909. She operated on the Douglas to Heysham route as well as Liverpool to Belfast but was requisitioned by the Admiralty in the First World War and sunk on 25 August 1916 by SM UB-27, approximately 20 miles east of the Pentland Skerries. She was also the vessel that carried one of the anchors for RMS Titanic to Belfast. The ships' bell was salvaged in 2008.
- Railway and Other Steamers, Duckworth. 1962