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A timber barge abandoned at Carbeile.

Type

Timber barge

History

The owners of the Carbeile boatyard extended the wharf along the foreshore, Brian Jones saw the wharf being built and took some photographs (Photos 2 and 3). Along with the Reine des Flots were a cut-down steel-built Admiralty vessel, an unnamed trawler with port number SU-104, the yacht Roy Fra Masnedo, barge Fowey No. 2 and approximately four other vessels. The boats may have been cut down before being infilled because the area now is flat concrete, used for a boat park and storage.

Description

This vessel is now buried under the wharf.

Thanks to Brian Jones for recording the fate of these vessels.

Location and Access

Carbeile Wharf, St Johns Lake Torpoint.

The remains of one barge can still be seen on the eastern end of the wharf.

Nearby hulks include the steam tug Cruden Bay SHIPS Link, yacht Roy Fra Masnedo SHIPS Link, trawler Master Hand SHIPS Link and the Hopper Barge SHIPS Link

Last updated 03 Jan 2021

Position OS: SX 43357 54688
Position GPS: 50.371747, -4.205886
Show the site on Google Maps SHIPS Link


Information

Date Built:

Unknown

Type:

Barge

Builder:

Unknown

Official Number:

Unknown

Length

Unknown

Beam

Unknown

Draft

Unknown

Construction

Timber, carvel

Propulsion

None

Tonnage

Unknown

Portmarks

None

Outcome

Abandoned 1985, buried under landfill

Reference

Unknown

Carbeile Wharf:

Huggins Boatyard at Carbeile Wharf is owned by the Huggins Bros. Marina Group and provides dry storage, marina berths and boat lifting facilities, see carbeilewharf.co.uk SHIPS Link

Carbeile Wharf


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