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SHUN TIEN river gunboats (1934)


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Shun Tien 1936

Ships


Name No Yard No Builder Laid down Launched Comp Fate
公司 [Shun Tien]     Harima, Japan // Kawasaki, Harbin 1933 1/8/1934 9/1934 captured by USSR 22/8/1945 (КЛ-55 [KL-55])
陽明 [Yang Min]     Harima, Japan // Kawasaki, Harbin 1933 1/8/1934 9/1934 captured by USSR 22/8/1945 (КЛ-57 [KL-57])


Technical data


Displacement standard, t

 

Displacement full, t

270

Length, m

55.8

Breadth, m

8.84

Draught, m

0.91

No of shafts

2

Machinery

2 diesels

Power, h. p.

680

Max speed, kts

12.5

Fuel, t

diesel oil

Endurance, nm(kts) 
Armament

1 x 2 - 120/45 10-shiki, 1 x 1 - 120/45 10-shiki, 2 x 1 - 70/12 mortars, 3 x 2 - 13.2/76, 80 mines

Complement

70



Standard scale images


nearly sister-ship<i> Ting Pien</i> 1944
nearly sister-ship Ting Pien 1944


Graphics


<i>Shun Tien </i>1936
Shun Tien 1936


Ship project history


Boats were laid down in Japan by Harima Zosensho, in taken apart kind transferred to Kawasaki in Harbin, where they were launched and completed. Japanese names were Junten and Yomin.

Modernizations


None.

Naval service


In 1944 both were disarmed, their artillery was landed for air defence of metal works in Anshan. 22/8/1945 both were captured by Soviet troops in Harbin and 24/8/1945 commissioned by Soviet Navy as KL-55 and KL-57.