Gorleston shipwreck exposed? Coals shells timbers

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Gorleston shipwreck exposed? Coals shells timbers
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Jackie Clover
by Jackie Clover from Acle GB on 12 Mar 2018
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In the 1700s dozens of ships were lost every year of the Norfolk coast. They hugged the coast looking for day marks ( churches etc) but this brought them into the treacherous shifting sand banks. Media always showed ships being wrecked upon rocks but hundreds ( 200 in one storm) went down especially the coal ships taking loads to London. I’m not 100% but it has all the signs..wrecked timber pieces, well worn coals, huge abundance of shells from the submerged ship...”shells from a shell”... i

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