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The Story of the CLIFTONIAN

The CLIFTONIAN was a British steamer captained by J. O. Enos, Aberystwyth. Travelling from Cardiff with a cargo of coal, she was sunk by U 85 commanded by KapLt Willy Petz on 6 February 1917. Her wreck lies 4.5 miles south east off Galley Head, Ireland. There were no casualties.

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Aberystwyth Captain (1917)

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NODION O LEYN (1917)

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TORPEDOED (1917)

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SUNK (1917)

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BORTH (1917)

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BORTH (1917)

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GOOD NEWS (1917)

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Aberystwyth Soldiers (1918)

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PUBLICATION (1918)

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BORTH (1919)

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