Tyne and Wear HER(16073): Sunderland, Rosebud - Details
1841 incident in which an English snow, laden with coal, grounded on Sunderland Beach, following a collision with an ice floe which broke several ships from their moorings at Sunderland. She was later recovered and her damage repaired. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel.
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