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Picture added on 11 October 2007
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Coal Barge used for supplying the herring drifters in Stronsay. Sank in 1930's.

Added by Lindsay Reid on 12 October 2007
Stronsay Whitehall Bay. Not sure of name or date.
Added by Lee on 12 October 2007
This is a concrete barge built in France which was used to store coal for supplying the herring drifters. It sank in the 1930s.
Anonymous comment added on 12 October 2007
I think it was named the ACW 11 and was a concreted over hulk used as a coal barge ... sunk on 22nd Feb 1936 at Whitehall in Stronsay
Added by Hazel Weaver on 12 October 2007
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