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The wreck of RMS Mulheim

The wreck of RMS Mulheim
Wrecked 22nd March 2009 between Lands End and Sennen

The link below is worth looking at


Andy Rodker, Berny, Ruebenkraut, Roger (Grisly) and 10 other people have particularly liked this photo

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 Amelia Heath
Amelia Heath club
The tides and rocks will gradually do their bit to reduce this wreck to smaller and smaller bits of metal. She wasn't in service for long, and looked to be quite a grand ship. It seems to be difficult terrain here, Nick. How close did you actually get?
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Amelia Heath club
I got to within touching distance ~ there is a steep and precarious way down the cliffs to here, that I have negotiated once. Over the years the wreck has become more mangled for the reasons you mention.
11 months ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
The light on the rocks and the shadow of the foreground give good depth to the picture Nick. I suppose it would be an expensive job to remove the wreck, would it? I've just looked at the link and see it was a large ship! Very interesting and good shot.
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne club
I suspect that you are correct Rosa ~ it would be impossibly expensive to break it up into small enough pieces to be removed.. Give it time and nature will do the job. The wreck is not in the way of anything.
11 months ago.
 Daniela Brocca
Daniela Brocca club
What a pity!
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Daniela Brocca club
11 months ago.
 Herb Riddle
Herb Riddle club
A few wrecks around here Nick. Not sure if i have seen this or not in situ. Reminds me a bit of
this wreck.

Cheers, Herb
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Herb Riddle club
es there are wrecks all over the world Herb as you well know ~
11 months ago.
 S Drury
S Drury club
An interesting shot indeed Nick and certainly interesting reading on the link ( Polish man catches trousers on chair and falls over .. Mmmm . ..Twoje zdrowie ......Hic )

Best wishes ... Steve
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to S Drury club
Yes how anybody believed that little porkie is beyond me :))) I like your version bst
11 months ago.
Peter_Private_Box club
Hi Nick,

Good capture, perhaps you can claim salvage, and keep the scrap metal?

Best wishes
11 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Peter_Private_Box club
LOL Peter ~ If there was any money to be made, someone would have already done it
11 months ago.
 Peter Chet
Peter Chet club
A great capture Nick. Looks a bit dangerous to get to it, especially if you slip on the sharp rusted sections.
The link was excellent thanks for the history lesson, a good read.
Hope your Christmas is joyful.
Regards Peter
11 months ago.
 Nick Weall
Nick Weall club
Hi Peter, yes you need to place your feet very carefully ~ glad you found the link so useful.

A Happy Christmas to you too
11 months ago.
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
I remember following the story of the Mulheim at the time. I didn't know it was still there. I recall seeing it the last time I walked the coast there but that was in 2010 and didn't take a camera or camera phone with me until the following year.
10 months ago.
Nick Weall club
has replied to Andy Rodker club
It is only the stern section that remains Andy, not sure what has happened to the rest of ti
10 months ago.

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