It looks fake because it is so perfectly level. Hard to believe it could go down so evenly.
And the ground must be flat as hell.
That is AWESOME.
I think so, too.
Where the hell was the photographer? On another boat? In the rigging? Up the mast? How did she sink? Holes in both sides? This whole thing spins me.
It says, "Struck under Gurnard’s Head in thick fog at midnight, April 6th, 1912. She was carrying slag from Newport to London. When she began topound broadside on, the captain and crew launched a boat and rowed along the cliffs to St Ives. The Mildred, Cornish built and owned,was launched in 1889." So my guess is they were on the cliffs when they took it.
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