HMS Ulster Queen
This picture shows HMS Ulster Queen, built as the MV Ulster Queen, one of three ships built for the Belfast Steamship Co in 1929-30 that were the world's first diesel cross-channel ships. She was taken over by the Royal Navy during the Second World War, had one boat deck and and funnel removed adn armoured and six 4.0in and severla anti-aircraft guns added, and then served as an anti-aircraft cruiser on teh Russian convoys, in the Mediterranean and the Far East.
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Rickard, J (23 February 2019), HMS Ulster Queen , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_hms_ulster_queen_right.html