The Wreck of the Sheraton

The Wreck of the Sheraton

Built in 1907, the Sheraton started life as a trawler but was later used as a Radar Ship. Later in her life she was moored on the Lincolnshire side of the Wash to be used as a target ship. In 1947 she broke free from her mooring in a gale and drifted on to the beach at Hunstanton. The ship was sold to scrap dealers and now only a section of the hull remains.

John Edwards

Image size: 7500 x 5022, 23.17Mb | Camera details: à | Date uploaded: 09/04/2019

John Edwards | The Wreck of the Sheraton
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