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The Irish Trader Wreck

 
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Apr 10, 2013 02:46 |  #1

Found this wreck on Google Earth and just had to check it out, around 150 mile round trip, but very enjoyable in both terms of driving and scenery. The story goes, this is what remains of the 344-ton Irish Trader, of Hartlepool, grounded in 1974 en route from Sharpness to Drogheda with a cargo of fertiliser. Baltray beach, Co Louth, Southern Ireland.

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Apr 10, 2013 04:37 |  #2

great shot


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Apr 10, 2013 04:43 as a reply to  @ time532's post |  #3

love how you have created movenent in the clouds great shot


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Apr 10, 2013 13:17 |  #4

I love it!


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Apr 10, 2013 13:36 |  #5

Nice shot and great background and story. Nice job on the conversion it works very well with your image.
thanks for sharing


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