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|The most visited wreck in the Manitou Islands area, it sank on November 29, 1960 after running into the previously wrecked Walter L. Frost that was about 600 feet south of this wreck, but is no longer visible. She was built in Hamburg, Germany.||04/25/2006||924|
|Portsmouth harbour was well known for having several old ships used as prisons from the mid 19th century, they housed up to 500 men in squalid conditions - is this the last remains of one such ship?||10/22/2006||1,224|
|The "wreck" appears to be a mapping glitch, but it's kind of funny to look at.||08/05/2005||930|
|During the First World War, shortage of steel led to the construction of a number of experimental ships out of ferro-concrete (reinforced concrete). The remains of one of these ships, the tug ‘Creteblock’ now lay on Whitby Scaur. In 1927 the Creteblock was decommissioned and the hulk sat in Whitby harbour until after the Second World War, when it was towed out to sea to be intentionally sunk. O...||11/14/2009||294|
|Helicopter Wreck on roof at airport Frankfurt/Main, Germany|
Have also a look at the Planes, you can read the names of the airlines!
|This tool shows positions of ships around the World if informations about the ships.|
Ships are even made in 3D and apears when you zoom in.
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|Only 2 out of 2751 Liberty ships survived over the years.|
The Liberty ships were cargo ships built in the United States during World War II. They were cheap and quick to build, and came to symbolize U.S. wartime industrial output. Based on vessels ordered by Britain to replace ships torpedoed by German U-boats, they were purchased for the U.S. fleet and for lend-lease provision t...
|The wreck of the SS Falcon. There's not much left of the iron structure but you can see it at low tide.||10/10/2010||916|
|Ship wreck at the island of Gaferut (Micronesia)||09/09/2006||1,265|
|One old B-58 wreck near Edwards AFB. ||07/31/2005||1,031|
|DKM Prinz Eugen wreck photo overlay in Kwajalein Atoll (to be added to W.W.II sunk ships file)|
Photo from John Liddiard (http://www.liddiard.demon.co.uk)
|This is the site of the worst Amtrak accident in US history.|
The 1993 Big Bayou Canot train wreck was the derailing of an Amtrak train on the CSXT Big Bayou Canot bridge near Mobile, AL (USA), killing 47 and injuring 103, on September 22, 1993. It is the deadliest train wreck in the history of the United States passenger railroad company Amtrak. In terms of fatalities and destruction, th...