SPW054714 SCOTLAND (1937). Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard, Inverkeithing. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.

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Title [SPW054714] Thomas Ward and Sons Shipbreaking Yard, Inverkeithing. An oblique aerial photograph taken facing east.
Reference SPW054714
Date 1937
Link Canmore Collection item 1258116
Place name
Parish INVERKEITHING
District DUNFERMLINE
Country SCOTLAND
Easting / Northing 313050, 682060
Longitude / Latitude -3.3951855716885, 56.023597989081
National Grid Reference NT131821

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Could be the remains of RMS Olympics hull.. Was brought to Inverkeithing around this time for final scrapping.

Dubscottie
Thursday 25th of September 2014 12:32:39 AM