Raylton Dixon

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Raylton Dixon was a British shipbuilding firm founded in 1873. It built ships for the Royal Navy until its dissolution in 1923.

Shipbuilding

Ship Type Launched Fate
H.M.S. Tourmaline corvette 30 Oct, 1875 Sold 1920
H.M.S. Dolphin composite screw sloop 9 Dec, 1882 Sold 1925
H.M.S. Wanderer composite screw sloop 8 Feb, 1883 Sold 1907
U.S.S. Justin Collier 23 Dec, 1890 Sold 17 Feb, 1916
H.M.S. Assistance depot ship 23 Dec, 1900 Handed over 11 Mar, 1937
H.M.S. Ambrose depot ship 31 Mar, 1903 Sold 10 Aug, 1946
H.M.S. M.19 monitor 4 May, 1915 Sold 12 May, 1920
H.M.S. M.20 monitor 11 May, 1915 Sold 29 Jan, 1920
H.M.S. M.21 monitor 27 May, 1915 Mined 20 Oct, 1918
H.M.S. M.22 monitor 10 Jun, 1915 Sold Dec, 1938
H.M.S. M.23 monitor 17 Jun, 1915 Broken up 21 Apr, 1959
H.M.S. M.28 monitor 28 Jun, 1915 Sunk 20 Jan, 1918
H.M.S. M.25 monitor 24 Jul, 1915 Scuttled 16 Sep, 1919
H.M.S. M.24 monitor 9 Aug, 1915 Sunk 29 Sep, 1936
H.M.S. M.26 monitor 24 Aug, 1915 Sold 29 Jan, 1920
H.M.S. M.27 monitor 8 Sep, 1915 Scuttled 16 Sep, 1919

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