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Lost Ships (wrecks)

Discussion in 'Ships and boats' started by treeve, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. treeve

    treeve Major Contributor

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    The wreck of the Glenbervie suggests some books of interest, besides on specific subjects. it is essential to get the books "Wreck and Rescue Round The Cornish Coast", Cyril Noall and Grahame Farr (3 volumes) as well as "Cornish Shipwrecks" by Clive Carter (2 volumes) with Richard Larn. "Shipwrecks of The Isles of Scilly" by Richard Larn. The difference between a book and sourcing the internet becomes very marked, because it helps to be familiar before making that search.
     
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