Harold SS
Location
Vessel type
Propulsion

Length
Beam
Depth
Position
Tonnage
Cargo
Date Sunk
Newhaven
Cargo
Steamer
68.7 mtrs
9.3 mtrs
21-28 mtrs
Upright
1073
Iron ore
11/06/1889      


  

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History
        
Built  in 1872 by A Leslie & Co. She was powered by  a compound engine of  99 NHP with two boilers.
She sank due to a collision whilst  on route from  Bilbao to Newcastle-upon-Tyne with the loss of one crew member
Present state
              
Fairly well intact from bows to midships where the wreck becomes broken,. two boilers & the engine
 stand proud. The stern stands 2mtrs above the seabed and is well silted.

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