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FIRTH OF CROMARTY

FIRTH OF CROMARTY

Seen here ashore at St. Margarets Bay near Dover Kent .
Dated 1894
They are taking all her cargo off' and you can see it all covered, up the beach.
No Greenman pub there...(its called the Coast guard now)

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There was a Firth of Cromarty built of iron by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, in 1888, and lost on Corsewell Point, Scotland in 1898. There's a picture of her here: [COLOR="DarkOrange"]LINK[/COLOR] It looks as if it could be the same ship, which means they got her off, but she did it one more time, and then it was hopeless. Great picture. Regards, Stein
 

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