Storm exposes shipwreck near Bamburgh Castle


The wreck is only visible for around a few hours a day either side of low water in the shadow of Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland – and first appeared in June.
Since then a team of archaeologists has been studying its timber to try to find out more about the vessel – and tests have now revealed the wood used to build the ship was felled in around 1768.

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