Posts Tagged: “Maritime archaeology”

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MA James

The MA James

The MA James was a schooner constructed in Porthmadog, Wales, by David Williams in 1900. During the vessel’s working life she operated from several ports in the UK and was… »

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World War One Aircraft Carrier In Poole Harbour

In Brands Bay there is a small unassuming hulk, which at first glance seemed to be the heavily eroded remains of a small, unusual looking barge that appeared to have… »

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Poole’s D-Day Heritage

Bournemouth University’s Maritime Archaeological department along with a group of students undertook a Fusion funded project to locate and investigate the state and preservation level of these seven tanks. Two… »

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Poole’s D-Day Heritage – Team Testimonials

The project could not have been completed without the help of the students from BU who made up the majority of the team Tom Harrison Taking part in the DD… »

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Swash Channel Wreck Photomosaic

Swash Channel Wreck

The Swash Channel Wreck is an early 17th Century Armed Merchantman, probably of Dutch Origins. The Wreck lies in approximately 7m of water in Hook Sands (a large sandbank known… »

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Stonehenge Rocks

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Exploring the past!   Understanding the present!   Shaping the future! We are concerned with all aspects of the Historic Environment as evidence of past human activity and its associated consequences that… »

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