WWll wreck at Plymouth

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WWll wreck at Plymouth

Postby Bumble » Sun Dec 01, 2013 2:57 am

This clip I just found on YouTube may be of interest.

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Re: WWll wreck at Plymouth

Postby MrWidgeon » Sun Dec 01, 2013 4:05 am

Very interesting, I wonder why he didn't check for debris at the breakwater.
If it hit that there might be something there.

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Re: WWll wreck at Plymouth

Postby robmason » Thu Aug 13, 2015 4:46 pm

Hi guys, Do you have another link to the video? The current link posted here has now become unavailable. I am currently studying a Masters degree in Hydrography at the University of Plymouth. I am conducting a marine geophysical survey for my Masters dissertation using an array of acoustic and magnetic equipment to locate Second World War Sunderland Flying Boats of which 5 are presumed wrecked on the seabed of Plymouth sound. My main search area is around the breakwater region so any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks. Rob
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