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Revision as of 15:55, 1 August 2009

H.M.S. Iron Duke
Career Details
Pendant Number: 94 (1914), 76 (January, 1918), 14 (April, 1918)[1]
Built By: Portsmouth Royal Dockyard
Laid Down: 12 January, 1912
Launched: 12 October, 1912
Commissioned: 10 March, 1914
Sold: 2 March, 1946
Fate: Scrapped

Scrapping

Iron Duke was refloated by Metal Industries on 19 April, 1946 and on 19 August arrived at their newly-leased premises at No. 1 Military Port (Faslane). Her hulk was beached for final demolition at the Smith & Houston yard at Port Glasgow in November, 1948 as the beaching ground at Faslane had not yet been completed.

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  1. Dittmar, F. J. & Colledge, J.J.: British Warships: 1914-1919, page 33. Ian Allan, 1972.