Century-old wreck uncovered while performing routine Port Company survey

The Wreck seen in maximum resolution:  Data collected with a Teledyne RESON SeaBat 7101 Multibeam Echosounder. Data processing in Teledyne PDS

Emily Hand, Hydrographic Surveyor at the Bristol Port Company tells the interesting tale of uncovering the wreck of the ‘Brunswick’ a metal-hulled cargo vessel lost off the UK’s Port of Bristol in 1900 and rediscovered in 2017.

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