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1915 wreck of English smack, which foundered 30 to 35 miles ESE of Lowestoft, or approximately 25 miles east of Orford Ness, after being captured and scuttled by a German submarine. She was one of eight trawlers which were lost on the same day to the same U-boat; for the others, please see TM 76 NW 46 / 914565; TG 83 NE 59 / 1490862; TM 76 NW 44 / 914561; TG 83 NE 60 / 1490870; TM 76 NW 49 / 914568; TM 76 NW 43 / 914560; and TG 83 N3 61 / 1490872. Constructed of wood, she was a sailing vessel.

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