departed from Methil

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  • She departed from Methil on 4 March and sailed to Aberdeen, arriving the next day.
  • The convoy had departed from Methil that day and arrived at Southend on 19 August.
  • She then joined Convoy FS 1178, which departed from Methil on 26 June and arrived at Southend two days later.
  • Empire Duke was a member of Convoy EN 350, which departed from Methil on 24 February and arrived at Loch Ewe two days later.
  • In ballast, she then joined Convoy EN 41, which departed from Methil on 3 February and arrived at Oban, Argyllshire two days later.
  • Empire Defiance was a member of Convoy EN 116, which departed from Methil on 27 July and arrived at Loch Ewe two days later.
  • She departed from Methil on 20 July as a member of Convoy OA 187, which dispersed at sea on 25 July.
  • Empire Emerald was a member of Convoy EN 361, which departed from Methil on 21 March and arrived at Loch Ewe the next day.
  • Empire Duke departed on 7 March to join Convoy EN 355, which had departed from Methil the previous day and arrived at Loch Ewe on 8 March.
  • Flaminian sailed on 24 March to join Convoy FS 1401, which had departed from Methil that day and arrived at Southend on 26 March.
  • She arrived at the Tyne on 25 March, not sailing until 4 May when she joined Convoy FS 1795, which had departed from Methil that day and arrived at Southend on 4 May.
  • Empire Darwin then sailed to the Tyne, from where she departed on 23 December as a member of Convoy FS 1675, which had departed from Methil that day and arrived at Southend on 25 December.
  • The next day, she departed from Methil to join Convoy EC 79, which had departed from Southend on 28 September and arrived at Oban, Argyllshire on 3 October.
  • Empire Derwent departed from the Tyne on 28 August to join Convoy FS 1206, which had departed from Methil that day and arrived at Southend on 30 August.
  • Empire Deed departed from Middlesbrough on 14 February for the Tyne, arriving that day and departing three days later to join Convoy FS 1730, which had departed from Methil on 16 February and arrived at Southend on 18 February.
  • Empire Ensign made her maiden voyage on 3 April 1945, when she departed from Sunderland, Co Durham to join Convoy FS 1775, which had departed from Methil, Fife that day and arrived at Southend, Essex on 5 April.