The fates of large timber ships of "Volgoles"-type (built by Admiralty and North shipyards in Leningrad in 1932-1934) according to Miramar Ship Index. We've discussed those cargo diesel ships (8130 tons) a lot here. The most famous of them was "Stary bolshevik" [from Murmansk Sea Steamship Company] which repulsed ~47 attacks of German bombers/torpedo-bombers during run in convoy PQ-16 (the ship transported aircraft, air bombs, artillery shells, explosions and barrels of aircraft fuel), was heavily damaged by air bomb [one AA gun on forecastle was destroyed, four artillerymen of another were wounded, diesel and rudder control were damaged] but the ship was repaired during 8 hours by crew who fought also the large fire almost reached the hold No.1 with explosives at the open sea under strong enemy attacks [one bomber was shot down and another was damaged] and successfully arrived to Murmansk.
"Komiles" performed very well during large convoy PQ-18 of 40 ships, where that Soviet ship leaded the 2nd column and transported 27 aircraft, 35 tanks, 1000 tons of ammunition, 700 tons of fuel in barrels. "Komiles" avoided two torpedos and four bombs by skillful manoeuvring (noted in the report of British convoy command). The crew of "Komiles" claimed that two enemy bombers were shot down during air attacks (IIRC 80 torpedo-bombers and 130 bombers attacked the convoy).
Also reequipment of four ships of that type from Far-East State Steamship Company for transportation of locomotives from USA to USSR through Pacific was the well-known page of the WWII history of those ships.
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(famous "Stary bolshevik", I guess that after post-WWII modernization)
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["Clara Zetkin" reequipped for transportation of 18 locomotives with tenders on the deck and in the holds during WWII]
"Volgoles" - torpedoed off Kirkenes 19.08.1944 [German "Colmar" since 1941]
"Dvinoles" - collision 04.02.1942 in the point 47.14'/50.44'
"Komiles" - wrecked in 1948 on the way Vladivostok - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski
"Sevzaples" - utilized 10.01.1972
"Kuznets Lesov" [laid down as "Severoles"] - torpedoed by submarine 23.11.1942 in the point 75.30'/08.00'
"Maksim Gorky" (laid down as "Exportles") - utilized 23.12.1971
"Clara Zetkin" - utilized in 1975
"Vtoraya pyatiletka" (laid down as "Lesbel") - bombed by aircraft 30.08.1941 in the point 60.04'/26.44'
"Stary bolshevik" - utilized 15.01.1970
"Ivan Papanin" (laid down as "Murmanles", "Uralles" since 1933, "Karl Lepin" since 1935) - bombed by aircraft 29.08.1941 near Hogland Is.
Ore-carriers [the same type of ships, reequiped by Nikolaev shipyard in the end of 1930s]
"Polina Osipenko" - bombed by aircraft 13.08.1941 in the point 46.36'/31.04'
"Anatoly Serov" - mined near Sevastopol 08.04.1949