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Cornwall / Near Gwennap Head / Runnelstone Buoy

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The Runnel Stone is a rock pinnacle, it`s top was visible at low tide until 1923, when a collision with the SS City of Westminster brook of the top. A buoy is now marking Runnel Stone. On the picture we just see distant the daymarks at Gwennap Head, when the front, red, mark covers the black-white mark, the ships position is just on top of the Runnel Stone.

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Album name:Hans de Graaf / Aids-to-Navigation except lighthouses
Current status (active, not active, museum etc):Active buoy
Displayed:159 times
Date added:Apr 08, 2014
DateTime Original:2014:04:07 19:22:30
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