wrecks

gazdon
27th February 2008, 22:27
hi i have a big intrest in the duke of lancaster beached on the north wales coast since 1979 is there anymore beached ships around the english coast to take a look at anyone know of regards gaz

mike pen
26th May 2008, 20:12
hi i have a big intrest in the duke of lancaster beached on the north wales coast since 1979 is there anymore beached ships around the english coast to take a look at anyone know of regards gaz

hi gazdon, i know of one,a steamer,named, collier, wrecked in rockham bay in 1914,the bottom plates still there and bits of deck gear,it lies between woolacombe and bull point lighthouse,a good way to access it is from a camping site above it,runs a footpath directly down to the rockham beach, location,north devon,hope this may help, mike

waleed7814
13th June 2008, 16:47
Hi gazdon,
Try this site, may be it can help you

http://www.shipwreckcentral.com

chadburn
22nd June 2008, 13:21
Can any of the wreck people give me the name and history of the ship whose masts you passed which stuck up out of the Goodwins, I believe she was a wartime job like the Richard M?. Thank You.