HMS Lochinvar
One ship and one shore establishment of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Lochinvar:
- HMS Lochinvar was a Laforey-class destroyer built as HMS Malice, but renamed before being launched in 1915. She was sold for breaking up in 1921.
- HMS Lochinvar was a minesweeper training base at Port Edgar, commissioned in 1939. It became an active minesweeper base in 1941, and moved to Granton in 1943. It was paid off in 1948 but immediately recommissioned as a minesweeping trials establishment, becoming an independent command in 1951. The base was paid off in 1975.
HMS Lochinvar II was an accounting base at Granton in 1946, and at Port Edgar between 1946 and 1947.

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HMS Lochinvar was a minesweeping training "stone frigate" (shore establishment) of the Royal Navy, sited at Port Edgar on the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
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HMS Lochinvar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
HMS Lochinvar was a minesweeper training base at Port Edgar, commissioned in 1939. It became an active minesweeper base in 1941, and moved to Granton ...
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Port Edgar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In previous years it had been the site of HMS Lochinvar. In the inter war period Port Edgar was the a destroyer base. under the command of the then Captain ...
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H.M.S. Lochinvar, Port Edgar.
J R Nav Med Serv. 1976 Spring;62(1):37-40. H.M.S. Lochinvar, Port Edgar. Jack DB. PMID: 772192; [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. Publication Types:.
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HMS Lochinvar, Port Edgar - 1962 - EdinPhoto
"In 1962 I was sent to the UK as a member of the RAN (Royal Australian Navy) and during this time I spent a lot of time at HMS Lochinvar, waiting for our ship, ...
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RN Shore Establishment: HMS Lochinvar - Page 2 - World Naval Ships ...
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Oct 29, 2010 ... 1939, reactivated as HMS Lochinvar, a minelaying and minesweeping facility, also described as a training establishment for the Royal Naval ...
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HMS Lochinvar - Find Friends and Information from HMS Lochinvar at Forces Reunited.
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HMS Lochinvar was a minesweeping training "stone frigate" (shore establishment) of the Royal Navy, sited at Port Edgar on the Firth of Forth in Scotland.
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HMS Lochinvar was a minesweeper training base at Port Edgar, commissioned in 1939. It became an active minesweeper base in 1941, and moved to Granton ...
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We previously noted the imminent arrival of hybrid ferries to the Clyde, and the completion of the first of a pair pioneered by CalMac when the 135-tonne MV Hallaig was launched from Fergusons on December 17, 2012, at 14:00, which marked the start of new era. The hybrids are able to carry up to 150…
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