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The wreck in Inganess Bay
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The wreck in Inganess Bay

Built as MV. SPRUCOL then renamed JUNIATA in the nineteen twenties. The remains of her hull lie rusting away close inshore in Inganess Bay.Thanks to Auke Visser from Holland for allowing me to use his picture.

[See picture #849, picture #1109, picture #1111 amongst others.]
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Picture added on 08 August 2007
Thats more like it.
Added by William Watters on 14 August 2007
Nice one Allan - clears up any doubt once and for all.
Added by Rob Thomson on 14 August 2007
Nice pic, I have always wanted to see her in her glory.
Added by Gareth Pratt on 21 August 2007
This ship has exactly the same layout as the blockship Collindoc that is laying with only her bridge exposed at 4th Barrier.I wonder if they are sister ships?
Added by Erik Sinclair on 27 January 2013
All great Lakers are built like this.
Added by W Watters on 29 January 2013
No Erik they were not sister ships The "Collindoc" was a great lake steamer, a cargo ship and the "Juniata" was a tanker.
Added by Roy Davidson on 30 January 2013
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