Admiral Von Tromp Shipwreck by Tim Hill (England Photo Spot)

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Admiral Von Tromp Shipwreck by Tim Hill

Admiral Von Tromp Shipwreck sits along the shoreline of Saltwick Bay, only visible during low tide. The fossilized metal skeleton of the vessel has firmly entwined its way into the surrounding rocks and looks as though it’s laid there for far more than four decades. The Admiral Von Tromp was a Scarborough, England based fishing trawler that ran aground in 1976. The exact circumstance of the accident remains a mystery as the boat was on completely the wrong course and a senior nautical surveyor at the inquest stated it appeared it was driven onto the rocks deliberately. (Whitby, England)

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