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Thursday 3rd June 1937
It was reported that work on the building of the Aston Villa had also been halted because of a delay in the delivery of the boilers for the vessel. This was also due to the pressure of work on armaments for the nation.
Wednesday 9th June 1937
The name Aston Villa was secured today for the vessel being built in yard number 1029 at Smiths dock, Middlesbrough.
Tuesday 15th June 1937
The fishing number GY428 was allocated to the Aston Villa.
Friday 3rd September 1937
After completing a successful trial trip, the Aston Villa proceeded on to Grimsby.
The Aston Villa Crew
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