Mira SS
Location
Vessel type
Propulsion

Length
Beam
Depth
Position
Tonnage
Cargo
Date Sunk
 Newhaven
Merchant Tanker
Steamer
105.5 mtrs
14.3 mtrs
18-26 mtrs
laying on her starboard side
3700
Oil
 11/10/1917        

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mira

History
           Built 1901by Swan & Hunter of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.She was powered by a triple expansion  engine with two boilers. She was sunk while working for the Expeditionary force transport on 11th October 1917 by mine laid by UC-50, 4 miles southwest of Beechy Head, whilst en route form Port Arthur to Dover. She is listed as being armed.        
Present state
        
Sitting on her starboard side, decks are vertical, badly corroded so this is a wreck to take care with.Superstructure gone but hull recognisable
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imwrecked@bsac49.org.uk