stem post from wrecked boat Roa Island Causeway approximately 1.4m by 1.5m

stem post from wrecked boat Roa Island Causeway approximately 1.4m by 1.5m (82678)

Easting
323341
Northing
465511

Description

Wood and metal stem post appears to be from nearby wreck


Periods
Period
Modern (1901 and later)
Period comments

Wreck has concrete ballast so date assumed based on that

Specific Date Range
The earliest date of the feature, as a year, if known
The latest date of the feature, as a year, if known
Feature Types
Monument Type - Broad
Wreck
Monument Type - Narrow
Monument Description
The remains of a vessel, which has either sunk or suffered structural damage to the extent where it can no longer function.
Evidence Type - Broad
Wreckage
Evidence Type - Narrow
Evidence Description
The fragmentary or substantial remains of a vehicle or aircraft. Where recovered from excavation double index with SUB SURFACE DEPOSIT.
Object Type - Broad
Object Type - Narrow
Object Description
Other:
Height OD (m)
How accessible is the feature?
Easily accessible - no restrictions
Accessibility comments

Top of shingle beach near Foulney car park

Other records:

NRHE Number
Unknown
NT HBSMR Number
Unknown
HER Event Number
Unknown
External Link
None

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Survey Information
Date of survey
16th July, 2017
Feature located?
Yes
State of the tide
Low
Proximity to coast edge
Coast edge
Coastal processes
Has eroded in the past, Accreting
Is there a coastal defence?
Yes
Other threats?
Structural damage/decay
If other, please specify
How visible are the remains? ABOVE GROUND
Highly visible (substantial remains)
How visible are the remains in the face of the cliff, ridge or dune? IN SECTION
Do you know if the feature is?
Don't know
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Photos

maellis's image
Stempost of wreck by maellis