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Towards the end of 1914, the SS Montrose was fitted with anti -torpedo nets and filled with cement, ready to scuttle outside Dover Harbour, to prevent the entry of German U Boats.
However, breaking loose from her moorings during a gale, the liner drifted out and was wrecked on the Goodwin Sands. Tugboatmen aboard began lighting flares to warn other ships, but then almost ran down the Walmer lifeboat, which had come to rescue them. All were saved.

Unframed, original linoprint
Edition size: 30
Print size:21x21cm
Signed: N Vowls
Price: 75.00


 If you are interested in any of the artwork on the Nicki Vowls - Salty Dog Studio website, please e-mail or phone me to get more information, or to make an order. You can also make arrangements to visit the Salty Dog Studio in Deal, East Kent.  01304 389900

All images are Copyright of Nicki Vowls and may not be reproduced without her permission.