This year, exceptionally low tides (109 for the "tide of the century" on March the 21), have meant that a 100 year old swhipwreck can actually be seen on the beach of le Touquet.
The loss of the British steamship " SOCOTRA " through stranding in 1915 was caused by human default. (Report of Court Caxton Hall, Westminster, 17th of February, 1916).
I join some of the photographs I took of what is left of the steamship, 100 years later. One does recognize one half of the ship, the remaining portion having rusted away, or having been blown apart (it was used as a target by the Germans during WWII).
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