Tyne and Wear HER(16074): Sunderland, Safety - Details
1841 wreck of English tug which stranded on Sunderland Beach after collision with an ice floe, which caused several ships to break from their moorings at Sunderland. Constructed of wood, she was a paddle-driven steamer.
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