Shipwrecks of Sandy, part 1

HMS Bounty

“Metro-North RR crews discovered this boat washed onto tracks at Ossining” @NYGovCuomo

“Beached: A boat washes ashore on Carson Beach as wind and waves from Hurricane Sandy hit the north-east coast of the US”

Historic ferry boat, Binghamton, swamped by waves on the Hudson River in Edgewater, New Jersey.

Salem, MA

“In Staten Island, a record 13 foot storm surge caused the tanker, John B. Caddell, to break free of its morning and run aground in Staten Island.”

more to come…



Filed under Wrecks in the News

7 responses to “Shipwrecks of Sandy, part 1

  1. Jamin – You are right back in the midst of ships on the shore with national news about the HMS Bounty. Missed your reports; glad you got some work done; look forward to future posts! Best, Tom Dresser

  2. Pingback: Chickity Check It! Ships On The Shore Blog Shipwrecks Of Sandy Pictures | GoodMorningGloucester

  3. Wm Skipper Publicover

    GoodMorningGloucester is the Best reporter for Us, Glosta ites.
    Fred Bolin, likely has the local wrecks !?

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