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Name: STORMCLOUD
Type: Destroyer
Keel: 05/1918
Launched: 30/05/1919
Completed: 12/1919
Builder: Palmer's Shipbuilding & Iron Co Ltd
Yard: Jarrow
Yard Number: 888
Dimensions: 1000disp to 1220disp, 265.0 x 26.7 x 9.8(draft)ft
Engines: 2 x Steam turbines, 27000shp
Engines by: Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co Ltd, Wallsend
Propulsion: 2 x Screws, 36.0knots
Construction: Steel
Armament: 3 x 1 x 4.0ins QF, 1 x 2pdr QF, 1 x 8mm guns;
2 x 2 x 21ins torpedoes & 2 x 1 x 14ins torpedoes
History:
12/1919 British Royal Navy
28/07/1934 Broken up
Comments: A member of the S class also known as Modified Trenchant class
Allocated pennant number D89, changed to H05 after 1922
28/07/1934: Sold for breaking up by Metal Industries for 3401
21/08/1934: Arrived at Charlestown for breaking up by Metal Industries
05/09/1934: Breaking up commenced


Above photo is copyright of the Imperial War Museum

Above photo is courtesy of Photoship

Above: Laid up without armament, awaiting breaking up. Photo courtesy of Photoship