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Vickers and Barrow are names synonymous with the development of the submarine. Hundreds of submarines covering virtually every class have been built for the Royal Navy and foreign Navies. This site is dedicated to not only to those who have served on Her Majesty's Submarines but also to those employees past and present whose skills and efforts have given pride to the phrase 'Barrow built' and made the name Vickers known and respected throughout the world.

On This Day - January 17

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1940Tribune (N76)HMS Tribune fires 6 torpedoes against an enemy submarine in the Skagerrak about 15 nautical miles east-north-east of Skagen, Denmark.
1940Traveller (N48)Laid Down
1942Umbra (P35)HMS Umbra torpedoes and sinks the Italian salvage vessel Rampino north-north-east of Sousse, Tunisia. Umbra picks up the Rampino's sole survivor.
1943United (P44)HMS United torpedoes and sinks the Italian destroyer Bombardiere about 20 nautical miles north-west of Isola Marettimo, Sicily, Italy.
1945Stygian (P249)HMS Stygian sinks the Japanese Nichinan Maru and a sailing vessel with gunfire off Perak.

Lastest Comments
03.01.17 on page Tally-Ho (P317)
Blood (brian) Reed wrote:
    Can you tell me Tally-Ho's Fin/Pennant number, I might be able to help....
22.12.16 on page Tally-Ho (P317)
Derek Vincent wrote:
    Hi Ken, Tally-Ho was never converted, therefore no fin!! Hope this helps....
16.12.16 on page Tigris (N63)
Allan Klo wrote:
    13-09-1941: The "Richard With" was NOT a German merchant ship. It was a Norwegian passenger ship. Plain murder at sea, that´s what it was....
14.12.16 on page Dreadnought (S101)
D Charles wrote:
    Can any one conefirm that MEM (SM) Alexander Leckie was on HMS Dreadnought in 82 as part of the decommissioning team! Service No D159042T DOE 2 Mar 76 DOD 10 Sep 86 Reason 18 Months Notice Rank on MEM (SM)...
07.12.16 on page Tally-Ho (P317)
Ken Stockley wrote:
    Hi, For some time now, I have been trying like mad to get a photo of Tally Ho! on which I did my sea training on out of Blockhouse/Dolphine, and just can't find one with the fin. Plenty of the WW2 version, I even have one when she was laid up in Birkenhead after the war, never realising I would s...