Dec

24

2012

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Esk”

Lol Hansom

Ships

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A Greenland whaler, named the “Esk”, of Whitby, Captain Dunbar, from Greenland to Whitby, (out of the port of Tyne returning to its home port of Whitby) with a cargo of oil, was driven in a storm from the N.E. on to Marske sands and became a total wreck. Out of the crew of 27, only 3 were...

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Dec

22

2012

SHIPWRECKS & GROUNDINGS “Caledonia” Wrecked on Redcar Rocks

Chris Hansom

Ships

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The sinking of a smack The following photograph (copyright of museum, although not the ‘Caledonia’) was gratefully supplied to us by the Aberdeen Maritime Museum. These type of vessels were to be seen around the Tees Estuary during the Late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Photograph courtesy...

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Dec

22

2012

Shipwrecks 4

Chris Hansom

Uncategorized

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  Please be advised that all shipwreck dates are approximate   [table id=5 /]

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Dec

22

2012

Shipwrecks 3

Chris Hansom

Uncategorized

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  Please be advised that all shipwreck dates are approximate   [table id=4 /]

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Dec

22

2012

Shipwrecks 2

Chris Hansom

Uncategorized

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Please be advised that all shipwreck dates are approximately. [table id=3 /]

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Dec

22

2012

Shipwrecks 1

Chris Hansom

Uncategorized

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Please be advised that all shipwreck dates are approximate [table id=2 /]

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Dec

21

2012

Years 2010 to 2014

Chris Hansom

2010-present

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  2010 09/02/2010. 12 people trapped in fires following two arson attacks to homes in Coatham. 2010 09/02/2010. RCBC introduce new scheme of “Redcar Rangers” to do additional work focusing on Town Centre, with jobs such as flower beds, washing windows of empty shops, painting...

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