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« on: January 20, 2020, 04:41:43 pm »
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The wreck of a German ship from World War I has been uncovered after a recent storm came through Cornwall, England, and unearthed it.
Known as the SV Carl, the ship was seen for approximately one hour at Booby’s Bay near Padstow, Cornwall, British news agency SWNS reports. Most of the exposed wreck is the metal structure of the ship, but there are still remnants of timber submerged in tidal pools along the beach.
The ship was being towed by the Royal Navy on Oct. 7, 1917, when it got stuck on a reef, SWNS added, reporting it was supposed to be destroyed for scrap metal prior to it being broken up. Here is a link to the full article with pictures:

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