Historic war veteran sunk at its mooring

KML's large ex-US Army floating crane 'BD6074' was brought in to lift the vessel

The 1944-built 75ft MFV ‘Scotch Queen’ (ex ‘MFV 1100’) which sank in the River Fal in September has been salvaged by the local firm Sea Wide Services (SWS) in a long, protracted operation.

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