Plymouth barque Rose of Devon, Porthtowan

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Identifier

CTR_1_74

Description

Plymouth barque Rose of Devon The Rose, a barque headed from Plymouth to Cardiff, was lost with all hands far out on the sands of Porthtowan. Driven ashore in a north-north-westerly gale, her remains are occasionally uncovered by the sands.

Date

29th November 1897

Rights

Cornwall Council

Coverage

Porthtowan

Type

Still Image


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Collection

Clive Carter Collection




Citation
“Plymouth barque Rose of Devon, Porthtowan,” cornishmemory.com, accessed February 21, 2024, https://www.cornishmemory.com/item/CTR_1_74.
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