Northumberland: Hurkur Rocks, Eyemouth Bay, North Sea
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- Alternative name(s)
HURKAR ROCK; HARKAR ROCK; BUSS CRAIG ROCK; EYEMOUTH; FIRTH OF FORTH; OUTER FORTH ESTUARY; NORTHUMBERLAND
- Canmore ID
- Site type
STEAMSHIP (19TH CENTURY)
MARITIME - SCOTTISH BORDERS, THE
NT 948 650
- Latitude, longitude
- Archeological notes
NT96NW 8045 c. 948 650 N55 52.7 W2 5 NLO: Buss Craig [name: NT 948 650] Eyemouth [name: NT 945 644]. Possibly on map sheet NT96SW. 2 December 1894, NORTHUMBERLAND, 25 years, of Newcastle. Iron steamship. 40 ton. 4 men. Master E.W. Whitehead. Owner G. Haxon, Byker, Newcastle. Dundee to Sunderland. Wheat. Wind S1. Harkar Rock off Eyemouth. Source: PP Abstracts of Shipping Casualties on Coasts, or in Rivers and Harbours of the UK July 1894-95 (1896 [C.8247] LXXV.489). NMRS, MS/829/68 (no. 1055). (Classified as iron steamship, with cargo of wheat: date of loss cited as 2 December 1894). This vessel stranded at Hurkar, Eyemouth. I G Whittaker 1998.
- Architectural notes
Related material information
- 199605 (4/2001)
Tabulated information from Maritime Enhancement Project (conducted 1995-2001 with sponsorship from Historic Scotland), records 1001-2500. Ian Oxley (Scottish Institute of Maritime Studies, St Andrews University), April 2001. [Information derived from Lloyd's List (to end 1884), parliamentary papers and related sources: for further details of this project, see Final Report MS/829/166].
1st edition 6-inch maps
|Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Berwickshire, Sheet VI||1856|