SS Bruges (1920)
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|Port of registry|
|Route||Harwich to Antwerp|
|Builder||John Brown, Clydebank|
|Launched||20 March 1920|
|Out of service||11 June 1940|
|Fate||Bombed and Sunk|
|Tonnage||2,949 gross register tons (GRT)|
|Length||321.6 feet (98.0 m)|
|Beam||43.1 feet (13.1 m)|
She was placed on the Harwich to Antwerp route.
In 1923 she was acquired by the London and North Eastern Railway.
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- "New Railway Steamer". Cambridge Daily News. England. 22 March 1920. Retrieved 31 October 2015 – via British Newspaper Archive.
- Haws, Duncan (1993). Merchant Fleets – Britain's Railway Steamers – Eastern and North Western Companies + Zeeland and Stena. Hereford: TCL Publications. ISBN 0-946378-22-3.
- "Bruges Ferry 1920-1940)". Wrecksite. Retrieved 11 June 2013.