moonlit wreck at camber no.1
A wreck at Camber that was newly exposed in the sand in late 2016 and has since become covered up again. This is one of two versions, showing each end of the ship. This one is the stern of the ship. It may be the first time it has been visible since it sank or was abandoned.
Historic England said it is believed to be "a substantial oak-built sailing vessel measuring 47.2m long", and likely to date from the late 18th or early 19th century. Some of the timbers are of North American origin, and it is thought it could be the Avon which was lost in August 1852 with a cargo of timber.
Photograph by David Purdie.
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