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"Trinity", ex. "Washita".
 "Amelia", ex. "Trinity".
( Photo Copyright Greek Shipping Miracle )
"Piqua" (left) & "Amelia" (right), in tow, behind Smit tug, to Bilbao voor breaking up in 1964.
"Piqua" (left) & "Amelia" (right), arriving in tow at Bilbao voor breaking up in 1964.

History :
Built by Alabama Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co., Mobile, Alabama.
Yardnumber 263. UMSC No. 547. Off. nr. 244895.
Keel laid 29-05-1943. Launched 05-12-1943. Completed 31-12-1943. Gr. 10172 t., Net. 6423 t., Dw. 16613 t. L.o.a. 159,57 m., Br. 20,78 m., Dr. 11,93 m. Engine: 2 steam turbines, manufactured by General Electric Company, Lynn, Massachussetts. 7240 B.h.p., 5401 kW. Speed 15 knots. 26 Tanks.
WASHITA-1943 for United States War Shipping Administration, Mobile, Alabama, USA.
TRINITY-1948 for J.M. Carras Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, USA.
AMELIA-1955 for Phenix Petroleum Shipping Ltd., Monrovia, Liberia.
Additional Reports:
Reported Amelia sold to shipbreakers in USA and Spain. Partially dismantled at Boston Metals Company, Baltimore Feb. 1963, re-sold to Spanish shipbreakers at Bilbao 29 Jul.1964 to be broken up.