Monday, 25 August 2008

The Reckoning

"Shipwreck off east coast of Ireland, near the mouth of the Boyne River, Baltray Beach, Co.Louth. The name of the ship was the 'IRISH TRADER. HARTLEPOOL MOTOR VESSEL' - 344 tons. It's Cargo was 410 tons of fertiliser. It was beached in 1974". Taken by Cat-Art


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Michaela said...

that's fantastic!

Jean said...

This photo is amazing - why doesn't the wreck sink?