From Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, Vol. III (1977), pp. 329

A British name retained.

(LSD-10: dp. 4,490; l. 457'9"; b. 72'7"; dr. 18'; s. 15 k.; cpl. 290; a. 1 3", 12 40mm., 16 20mm.; cl. Ashland)

LSD-10 was laid down by Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va., 23 November 1942; launched as Claymore 19 July 1943; sponsored by Mrs. R.M. Challoner, Jr.; transferred to the United Kingdom under lend lease 19 October 1943; and commissioned as HMS Highway the same day. She served in the Royal Navy during the remainder of World War II and was returned to the custody of the U.S. Navy at Norfolk, Va., 23 April 1946. She was sold to Atlas Metals Corp., 17 December 1948.