OSW035: James Barrie Bridge

OSW035: James Barrie Bridge - Shipwrecks and Divers
Looking back at the bridge of the trawler 'James Barrie'. The large forward holds are lying open on the deck just in front of the powerful winch which would once have been used to shoot and haul the trawl nets.

This vessel was a commercial fishing trawler which sank relatively recently and now lies in 42m of water. Because of the fast tides streaming through the area, the visibility here is often amazing and in the 20-30m range.
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